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Elizabeth and Mary May29

Elizabeth and Mary Mentoring has been going on since Jesus walked on the earth, it just was not called that.  It is a simple, modern-day way of doing what Jesus did – making disciples who make disciples.     Timothy had Paul Joshua had Moses Eunice had Lois Ruth had Nayomi And Mary had Elizabeth… We […]

Teachableness May22

. Teachableness Guest blog post by Cinara Lothamer TE’ACHABLENESS, noun “The quality of being capable of receiving instruction; more generally, a willingness or readiness to be informed and instructed; docility; aptness to learn.” (Webster’s Dictionary 1828 – Online Edition) “Instruct the wise and they will be wiser still; teach the righteous and they will add […]

Along for the Ride – My Titus2 Journey Part 1 May15

Along for the Ride – My Titus2 Journey Part 1 I just launched a Titus2 group last month.  Yep, 4 months after the year started, we kicked off the group.  And I’d love to invite you to sit in my passenger seat as I navigate the road ahead with my Titus2 girls.  It’s one thing […]

Loving People May8

Loving People Guest blog post by Susan Peterson My husband and I are in the middle of building a house. After 17 years in the same home, our kids are growing up and leaving for college. Our church and daily life has moved further from where we lived for so many years, so we put […]

Pruning May1

Pruning I am in a season of pruning – a season that’s lasted way longer than I’d like.  Because when something gets pruned, it hurts.  It’s being cut back, shaped up, refined.  All so that in the season ahead, it will be stronger, more beautiful, and more abundant.  But that doesn’t lighten the fact that […]

Mentors, in Good Times and Bad Apr24

Mentors, in Good Times and Bad Guest blog post by Rachel Holcomb We all need mentors in our lives. We need them when times are good and we need them when times are bad. I met Regina when I was a newlywed and I instantly liked her. Years later God gave me a desire to […]

Behold Apr17

Behold As last year was coming to a close and this year was beginning, I kept coming across the word “behold.”  It’s a word we don’t use anymore and one I’ve honestly never paid attention to, but it’s all over the Bible.  Because I kept hearing it, seeing it, and seemingly not able to escape […]

Carry, don’t Lift, Burdens Apr10

Carry, don’t Lift, Burdens Guest blog post by Courtney DeFeo One of the biggest reasons we don’t mentor is because we are full with our own junk. Well, that’s my excuse. I have so much on my own heart, with my own family, that I fear I cannot emotionally or physically manage anyone else. The […]

Discipleship in India Apr3

Discipleship in India How am I bold in my faith?   How does my faith make me stand out from the people & culture around me? Am I seeking God?  Or seeking to be entertained?  Is simply God alone enough?   Am I desperate for God, no matter the cost?   These are some of the questions I am pondering […]

Our Gifts Mar27

                                                     (image credit ~ Pinterest) Our Gifts Guest blog post by Laura Smith  “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace […]

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