When I was a child, my father was a pediatric surgeon with his own private practice. I fondly remember countless afternoons spent at his office "helping" his nurses and office staff. Those early childhood experiences created a desire in me to become a nurse so I could help and heal people, too. As I got... Continue Reading →
Since our child attends a Christian school, we don't have to worry about . . . . . Today's Life+ continues the series: "Lies Parents Believe" and tackles a belief that many of us face at some point when our children attend a Christian school. Community Life Mentors Neely Langhals and Jason Suddeth sat down... Continue Reading →
The Social Dilemma is a recently released documentary-style film that offers a variety of insights. Its core message is both powerful and relatable to anyone who uses technology on a daily basis. Continue reading......
I recently spent time with a group of students discussing the idea of identity and significance. We watched a video on this topic by Pastor Tim Keller.
I recently read The Best of A.W. Tozer. There was one chapter that stuck out to me. It was simply titled, “This World: Playground or Battlefield?” Although only three pages, it asks a profound question about how we each approach the life we have been given on earth: Do we view the world as our... Continue Reading →
"Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one's youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them. They will not be put to shame when they contend with the opponents in court.” Psalm 127:4-5 To say that parenting is challenging may... Continue Reading →