“One of the challenges I face at work, creatively, is the fact that some of the raw products that we have. The raw furniture, in its unfinished state, has various issue that need to be addressed before we can move forward with the staining and painting process. I see that challenge connects to the gospel in the sense that we are full of imperfection as well, and God, in His process of… Read More
“I came [into work], like I do every other Saturday in September, I can tell you the date, they literally just handed me a letter— didn’t explain it. It literally just said, this is what’s happening, you can’t do anything about it. Sorry about your luck.” The loss of income left Jon and Becky at odds. Through prayer, they decided the best choice for the family would be for Jon to become a… Read More
This is one of God’s stories. A story of going from victim to victor. A story about a woman named Tina. Laced within the stanzas to follow are pockets of His grace, pockets of His glory. We’ll see how He is the shelter in which we find our refuge. He is the pocket desiring to hold the world.
The saga that began with coffee and a sandwich led to inquiries throughout Xenia. Paul asked, “Who cares for the homeless here?” “Who feeds them?” “Is there shelter?” “What about clothing?”. “Who is loving these people?”
As Memorial Day approaches, we are sharing the Knowlans’s story once again to honor and remember Garrett Knowlan. A Reflection- Take some time today and pray for veterans and their families, past, present, and future. Pray for their hardships as if they were your own and remember their sacrifices that grant your freedoms. Videographer- Molly Belanco
“We are witnesses to burned down homes, boarded up houses, makeshift shelters, discarded household belongings, human waste, animal abuse, and poverty Endless poverty. This city needs redemption. This city needs revival. This city needs a Savior.”