Tag: COVID19

When Words Fail

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on April 25th

  As I sit here tonight contemplating what it was I was going to write about, a simple phrase bounced across the corridors of my mind. “When words fail.” My grandma is a champion at Scrabble. I have played a few games with her where she plays the strangest words I have never heard of… View Article

The Church Beyond the Walls

Posted by: in Editorials on April 17th

Who would have thought that one day our church buildings will be closed for people who want to gather for fellowship and congregational worship? COVID-19 and the precautionary measures our government imposed truly brought the church into uncharted territory. Like many of you, I also took time to discern what God is trying to say… View Article

Peace in Pandemic

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on March 25th

Coronavirus. A word that permeates our daily conversations. The cases numbers rise, as the stock market plummets. The toilet paper flies off the shelves while the planes stay grounded. Borders close, jobs are taken, loved ones are lost, plans have changed, and joy seems like a very distant memory. Where is the good? Where is… View Article

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Knowing Jesus

  When I was in my senior year of Bible college at Urshan, I distinctly remember sitting in my professor’s… Read More
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