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Loving by Serving

It’s easy to think of going international when talking about missions—but missions can happen right in our own backyard. And that’s what one small group from The Church at Brook Hills is doing. more...

From Surviving to Thriving

I’d love to buy a few acres of land and build a home for me and my family.” This is just one of the dreams Family Care mom Quanicia has, along with getting her bachelor’s degree in social work, continue on to get her master’s degree, and biggest of all, to give back to other mothers who have been through difficult journeys similar to what she has faced herself. more...

Making the Journey a Little Easier

When children enter foster care, they often have little to nothing. The few items they own are often carried in a trash bag. If it weren’t difficult enough going through hard times as a child, it’s even harder when you have nothing to call your own. more...

A Pathways Testimony: Experiencing the Grace of God

At a conference a few years ago, Whitney Reidinger was posed with the question, “If you asked God to turn up the volume in your life, what would you hear?” Quickly scribbling it down, she decided to revisit that question once she had a moment to truly meditate and bring this question to God.  more...

From Surviving to Thriving

“I’d love to buy a few acres of land and build a home for me and my family.” These are just one of the dreams that Quanicia has, along with getting her bachelor’s degree in social work, continue on to get her master’s degree, and biggest of all, give back to other mothers who have been through a similarly difficult journey as her own.more...

Days with Mr. Norbert

“Deep in the forest a call was sounding, and as often as he heard this call, mysteriously thrilling and luring, he felt compelled to turn his back upon the fire and the beaten earth around it, and to plunge into the forest, and on and on, he knew not where or why; nor did he wonder where or why, the call sounding imperiously, deep in the forest.” —Jack London, The Call of the Wild more...

Change of Plans: an Adoption Journey

Allen Huguley first met little Ettie Faith when she was placed in foster care, and he knew there was something special about her. “When I held her, I just knew . . . I felt a special connection with her. I just wanted to take care of her, to love her in a way that she needed and deserved.” more...

Meals Made with Love

If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. more...

The Super Power of Support

Taylor and Allison Strickland wouldn’t call themselves extraordinary by any means. They don’t have any superpowers like the ability to fly or become invisible. They don’t even wear capes! So why do we consider them heroes?more...

A Life-Changing "Yes"

“Who knew you could learn so much from a singing cucumber?” Judy Paul laughed while sharing about the popular children’s series VeggieTales. Judy and her husband, Larry, have become recent VeggieTales fans since they’ve come to know 6 and 7 year-olds, Molly* and Hayden.*more...

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