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Monday School: Sharing is Caring

Monday School is Wally’s chance to share what he learned at church and to prove he went.  This week’s discussion: The significance of sharing your faith as well as life events and how it brings completeness to our lives. … Continue reading

Modern Art has Gone to the Dogs

We love embracing all of the trends the internet has to offer. Gavin recently saw one on TikTok where a dog licks a bag that is covered in peanut butter with a canvas lined with paint. Art forces humans to look beyond that which is necessary to survive and leads people to create for the sake of expression and meaning. Art can communicate information, shape our everyday lives, make a social statement and be enjoyed… … Continue reading

Friends are Friends Forever

Valentine’s Day has come and gone and if you are single in the relationship department like me, you may have found it a tough day to get through. While I used to think that way, believing I had been forgotten by God and deprived of love, the older I get the more I realize how I haven’t been deprived at all! Through my friendships, I’ve been smothered with love, so much so, I sometimes can’t… … Continue reading

5 Ways to Win the Waiting Game

If you have ever been frustrated at God, thinking that He is withholding good things from you while giving them to others, you will fully understand where Rebecca was coming from when she emailed me.  Truth be told, I have had to wrestle with this in my own life as well. Dear Ms. Rock, How are you not mad at God?!? I’m 31 and also single. I would love to have a Godly husband.  I’m… … Continue reading

Alone Doesn’t Have to Mean Lonely

If I asked you to sum up the year 2020 in one word, what would you say? For me, I would say loneliness. I can’t be the only one that feels this way. Many of us find ourselves quarantined and isolated trying to protect ourselves and our loved ones responsibly from the Coronavirus. If you’re like me and find your face mask to be your closest friend, I’ve got some ideas that have helped me… … Continue reading

3 Godly Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Mr. Rogers

Have you noticed the recent fascination our nation has with Fred Rogers (aka: Mr. Rogers)? You can find him on coffee mugs, calendars, and even recently depicted by Tom Hanks in “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” Mr. Rogers’s positive outlook, kind disposition, and acceptance of others is a message our hurting world is obviously craving. The funny thing is, there are a lot of lessons Mr. Rogers taught that agree perfectly with the teachings… … Continue reading