We’re just wrapping up two of the busiest seasons in the church year – Christmastide and Eastertide. Pastors and church workers have spent hours working on sermons, planning services, printing and folding bulletins, coordinating volunteers, besides maintaining their regular schedules and obligations, and spending time with their families, sleeping, and eating. I have friends from… Continue reading How to Support Pastors in a Normal Week
Author: Leah Heffner
Leah is a wife to a sexy, beard-sporting man of God and mom to two of the cuti-est, funniest, and messiest kids on this planet. She loves to DIY stuff (and sometimes is just as messy as the kids!) but always has a blast. Leah loves being a stay-at-home-mom and is kind of a hippy/pioneer lady. Most of all, she loves the Lord and is so excited to blog and do life and ministry with her husband. She also blogs at www.leahheffner.com about marriage and parenting.
Are All Christians Missionaries?
When I was a kid, they re-did the parking lots at the church we attended. When the parking lots were finished, there were signs placed at each exit that said “You Are Now Entering The Mission Field.” I didn’t get it. I thought they had put all the signs up backwards. After months I finally… Continue reading Are All Christians Missionaries?
Being A Sender
When I was in college, I really started asking God what He had in mind for me to do with my very unique set of skills that I was working on developing. I was studying to be a French teacher, and as much as I loved using my talents in learning the language, I wasn’t… Continue reading Being A Sender
Attitude Reflects Leadership
In the movie Remember the Titans, there is a memorable scene where the captain Gary of the newly racially integrated football team, the Titans, has to interview one of the black players to learn about his family. After three-a-day practices and lots of tension on the team, the conversation isn’t quite polite. Julian tells the white… Continue reading Attitude Reflects Leadership
Give Us This Day
And give us this day, our daily bread. These familiar words from The Lord’s Prayer/The Our Father found in Matthew 6 are stitched on a cross-stitch that used to hang above my grandma’s kitchen table. Now it hangs above ours. The phrase makes me think of three things. The first one has to do with… Continue reading Give Us This Day
Pieces of Christian Hospitality
I love reading the books of the minor prophets or the smaller epistles in the Bible. I feel like these books get easily overlooked because of their size. When I read them though, I always love the little gems of knowledge I find tucked in there. I recently read 3 John and was just taken… Continue reading Pieces of Christian Hospitality