I have heard lament described as a language of prayer. Have you ever been in a foreign country and you didn’t speak the language? If you tried venturing away from your interpreter, guide, or the comfortable confines of your English-speaking resort, you quickly find yourself baffled and bewildered. You need a common language to connect and communicate. God gave us the language of lament when we are suffering and everything is falling apart around us. A language that acknowledges the state of the world we live in. If we don’t know this language, mostly because our church tradition has neglected it in favor of products that sell better, we will be baffled and bewildered when suffering hits us.
Free Pie + Help Fight Against Child Sexual Abuse = Win
Reasons you should care about Child Sexual Abuse: The most likely candidates to abuse your children are people you wouldn’t expect. People like relatives, babysitters, etc who have developed trust relationships with them. Abduction is not something that happens to other people. It happens to people who don’t think it will happen to them and […]
Draw a Red X on your hand on Feb. 27th to Shine A Light on Slavery
Did you know there are more slaves today than at any other time in history? Did you know the average age of a sex trafficked victim in the United States is 12 years old? Did you know how can do something about it? From the End It Movement‘s Website: “This February 27th, join us and […]
We raised $____ at the Lansing for Haiti 5K!
We had 331 runners and raised