An Ounce Of Prevention

By Sheri Boulet / 7 months ago

An Ounce Of Prevention As a nurse, I deal with the effects of lives lived without concern each day of my life. And with my own extra *fluffy* state, I also live with the knowledge that I need to do a better job taking care of myself. I sat yesterday outside of a conference where […]


One Choice

By Shayna Buchan / 7 months ago

One Choice What were your inner feelings, What did your tender eyes see? What were your deepest thoughts, When you fell down to your knees? Did you feel hope deep down inside, Or did you feel your doom? When you prayed His will to be, Knowing death was coming soon. Did your passion push you […]


Help While You Can

By Lynne Conley / 7 months ago

Help While You Can We have secure locks and deadbolts on our houses, and our vehicles are manufactured at the factory with alarm systems. This is one way that an intruder can’t come and steal everything we have worked hard to buy without them drawing attention to themselves while they are breaking the law. In […]


My Desire

By Danny Naglowsky / 7 months ago

Who are we? What is our purpose? What can I do in order to repay for what you have done? Can I be used? – These questions were once formed in the minds of many youths. We want to do everything in order to serve our heavenly father. God, I want to be used in […]


God Turns Our Darkness Into Light

By James Thornton / 8 months ago

God Turns Our Darkness Into Light By, James L. Thornton In The Beginning, God Created The Light To Illuminate The World And Dispel The Darkness: “Darkness was upon the face of the deep” Genesis 1:2. In the beginning, there was no dawn to end the night, no sun to warm the day, no moonlight reflected […]


”The Road to Emmaus”

By Lynne Conley / 8 months ago

”The Road to Emmaus” The beatings and the pure humiliation Jesus went through just for us. Our minds can’t comprehend the love He had for all mankind. There were two men on their way to Emmaus. Jesus was walking beside them and asked them what they were talking about on their journey. Cleopas and another man didn’t […]


Instrument of Freedom or Historical Document

By Susan Niswonger / 8 months ago

Instrument of Freedom or Historical Document The powerful first line of the Declaration of Independence jumped off the page as I reread one of our most valuable documents. When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume […]


When Death Comes

By Sheri Boulet / 8 months ago

It comes quickly Even when it is expected It steals in And provides an ending To some one’s story When death comes Hearts cry Tears run hot Not for the life that is gone But for the life that is left behind When death comes It catches you Unaware Even if you have waited Holding […]


Fit for the Pew?

By Satrena Green / 8 months ago

Fit for the Pew? Today’s Bible Reading:  Acts 7 – 13 Scriptures that stood out to me: Acts 13:42  “And when the Jews were gone of the synagogue, the Gentiles besought that these words might be preached to them the next Sabbath.” Acts 13:44  “And the next Sabbath day came almost the whole city together […]


And If I Be Lifted Up

By Susan Niswonger / 8 months ago

What an eventful month we have experienced this June.  North Korea is threatening to launch a missile at Hawaii, Iran is experiencing an uprising that despite their government’s efforts continues to gain strength, and President Obama advances with his mission to bring us level with the rest of the international socialist communities.  Last week a […]