Something is changing in me. I’ve been doing this teaching thing for over twenty years, but I’m ashamed to admit, I’ve been selfish. But God is changing me, one interruption at a time.
The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.
After leaving her community in Denver to move to Colorado Springs, Hannah was lonely and craved female friendship. When God suggested she start a Bible Study, she said “no thanks.” But as is often the case, God’s plan was so much bigger than she could have imagined.
At a funeral for a friend’s daughter, Erin Ahnfeldt reflects on grief, the meaning of symbols and the idea that reality is more than we can see. So much in this world doesn’t make sense. The questions pile up, and the answers aren’t always there, but one thing we can be sure of—there’s a God who loves us.
With the recent program changes, my impressionable kids are now seeing a world where everyone, of all ages, has an important role to play in church. And with the example being set by our students, my kids will not only know that service should be a part of their teenage years, but that they actually have a place at church each Sunday.
Recent events in Colorado Springs have stirred up social issues like race, discrimination, law enforcement, inequity and justice. How does one navigate such complex issues with grace and compassion and the heart of Christ? Sarah Tinan is in a unique place to speak on these issues.