Have you ever dealt with suicide? In your own life or in the life of another?

Most of us have, in one way or another. As a leading cause of death in America and across the globe, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn't felt the pain of losing someone to suicide. In my own personal life, I mentored one young woman who attempted suicide twice, and am best friends of another woman who contemplated thoughts of killing herself for years.

Interview with Kenya Gossett on Modeling, Missions, and Ministy

Kenya Gossett is a fashion model, speaker, and founder of http://www.becomingesther.org! She is 24 years old and is currently residing in the Pacific Northwest, after spending the majority of my life traveling on the mission field. “There’s so much that I could say about myself, but honestly, I am just an imperfect young woman who…

March for Life 2020: Our Experience

Over the weekend my husband and I joined thousands of other Pro-life believers and organizations in Austin, Texas at the capital building for March for Life 2020. The 2020 Texas Rally for Life was held on Saturday, January 25, 2020. This year was our first year marching as an organization for the 47th annual March…

Everything that is under the Sun is Meaningless, but the things that are from your SON, Take Patience

I just sat there with tears streaming down my eyes. Worship going on all around me, I had just given up everything. Every promise I had gotten over the last year, every hope I had and the vision I had seen. I had let the enemy pervert my blessings to me, I had let him…

Praying in the Spirit is a Lifestyle

By Heather Mellott Something that is so overlooked in the church is equipping God's people with the Armor of God. After our recent study of Ephesians, specifically chapter 6, God has made it apparent to us that this is so important to Him. That is why Paul talked about it and gave detailed instructions on…

2 Signs Your Relationship is Idolatrous

Being in a relationship is so exciting. It’s full of butterflies in your stomach, excitement over every milestone, and those moments that make you happy to be where you are now. I still, four years later, have those times where I feel my enthusiasm about being with Joel bubble up in from my stomach to…

Holding Onto Hope: Isabella Morganthal (20)

Hope. This has always been one of my favorite words. I would scribble it down on paper, using it to try out new letter art. Or I would buy notebooks and wall art that read that word. It was always just a pretty expression, a beautiful string of four letters. But there was also something…