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Authored by: Michael Thompson
Fatherhood is hard work. The world desperately needs more fathers who are oriented to who they are, where they are, and the good God is up to in their lives, because it is the oriented dad who can bring orientation to his children. You Got this, Dad … You and Jesus Got This.
Authored by: Michael Thompson
As we approach Father’s Day, we are inviting dads across the globe to go after your children’s hearts. Learn to fight against the enemy for your kid. God gave them to us to provide and protect and to teach you how to love. You Got This, Dad! You and Jesus Got This!!!
Authored by: Michael Thompson
When it comes to Racial Inequality and the voices needed to help our country understand current events as well as history, I quickly confess - I am not that voice. I am one who needs teaching … one who needs to still listen and pursue understanding.
Authored by: Michael Thompson
“Your mask first.” Seems a little selfish, don’t you think? We know better. If you are going to be of any help to your child or loved one you are going to need to tend to your safety first. It’s true in the spiritual realm as well.
Authored by: Michael Thompson
COVID-19, March, April, May … it is amazing what has transpired these past months. What you and I and the world have endured. The losses of life are so many. And for some, the grieving is just beginning -- if we even let ourselves grieve. Loss comes in all shapes and sizes. On the May 14 Thursday...
Authored by: Robin Thompson
I was seven years old when my family made the trip from Columbus, Ohio to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for the first time. I thought I was in Heaven! Surrounded by palm trees, a steel drum band at the pool, and a seafood buffet at the very top of the Hilton Hotel, I felt like a princess! Staying...
Authored by: Sherry Jennings
About a month ago, my daily routine was disrupted. First and ongoing by the Governor’s declaration of the stay at home order, then by the declining health of our son’s dog Glory. Accustomed to slow early morning time with Jesus, coffee, and sunrises, my mornings became more abrupt. I developed a...
Authored by: Robin Thompson
I will never forget the day our first daughter was born. I was so excited for this little one! And yet her life seemed opposed from the moment she was born. The umbilical cord was wrapped around her neck and she was in distress. In their attempt to keep me from freaking out, the doctors calmly gave...
Authored by: Michael Thompson
Back in June of 1944, the Allied forces invaded Europe in order to engage an enemy that was stealing, killing, and destroying. June 6, 1944 has become known as "D-Day." Interestingly, the “D” doesn’t stand for anything in particular. It simply means "The Day”, a reference point in time marking the...