Prayer is Always Available

by: Elder Mike Agreen
 
I still always chuckle when I hear that old saying, “As long as there are tests, there will be prayer in schools.” Of course, this joke is aimed at poking fun at the often misunderstood “separation of church and state” practice, which many uses to keep prayer out of our public school system. However, there is an underlying truth to the joke, and that is that Prayer is always available to us, no matter what our circumstance. Read more…


React or Recognize and Respond?

by: Daniel Vaughan

 

Just the other day I sat with a close friend who reached out to be encouraged and prayed for. He found himself in a season and place that we all can relate, a valley. That low place in which Scripture uses to symbolically describe a depressed state. As we talked, he shared his struggles and shared the following: Read more…



On My Own But Not Alone



He Is Sovereign



Free Will

By: Elder Mike Agreen

 
In this season of Christmas, I find myself thinking of the many gifts with which God has blessed us. Of course, the ultimate gift of His Son, Jesus, comes to mind first, but there are many other gifts we are given, both as a community and on a more individual and personal nature. Read more…