By Chelsea Spyres
Fall has always been one of my favorite seasons. Through college I was in marching band, so fall meant a really unique type of community. In each place that I have lived I have watched the leaves on the trees change as the air that I breathe turns a little crisper. This fall was no different, and I especially held on to a few weeks when it seemed like in a matter of hours I could see transformation happening all around me.
By Adam Coles
During our journey of life, we have all experienced a place of unfamiliar territory and avenues. Though it may seem intimidating while hesitation tries to overwhelm you, we must good forward as to believe that success is the only outcome.
In regards to developing an attitude to win, we must make our mind up in the beginning of our race, that we will indeed cross the finish line. I start my blog in such a manner to express the overall internal inspiration that I have learned to give myself when nothing seems to go my way. So far I have learned to strive toward what hope to see, so that what you hope to see will eventually be.
By Meghan Hatcher
In April 2018, I concluded the pilot phase of my project — a storytelling ministry called the Clay Jar Project. This name derives affectionately from the biblical story of the prophet Elisha and the widow that's told in 2 Kings 4:1-7. In this story, a desperate widow is able to pay back the family's debts, thus saving her sons from slavery, through a miraculous multiplying of an undervalued, seemingly insignificant jar of oil.