2 / Reflections on Sabbath: Rest
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2 / Reflections on Sabbath: Rest

Written by Ashley S. Davis, M.A., Resident in Counseling, Rivermont Counseling LLC When I think about practicing Sabbath, it can feel overwhelming, and if I’m honest, downright unrealistic. While a part of me longs for Sabbath, the more practical part of me wonders if it is possible to practice this spiritual discipline consistently. In ‘Emotionally...

1 / Reflections on Sabbath: Stop
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1 / Reflections on Sabbath: Stop

Written by Ashley S. Davis, M.A., Resident in Counseling, Rivermont Counseling LLC When I think about practicing Sabbath, it can feel overwhelming, and if I’m honest, downright unrealistic. While a part of me longs for Sabbath, the more practical part of me wonders if it’s possible to practice this spiritual discipline consistently. In “Emotionally Healthy...

For the Days We Doubt God’s Goodness
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For the Days We Doubt God’s Goodness

Written by Beth Joseph, Women’s Ministry Leader Every week, I have the blessing of nannying two children in Lynchburg. One of the children has the sweetest heart of any child I have ever known. He is constantly sacrificing his own desires to make his older sister happy. His selfless attitude and deep awareness of his...

Our Unstoppable God Does Impossible Things
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Our Unstoppable God Does Impossible Things

Written by Dorian Watson, Financial Assistant “I’m just one hundred and one, five months and a day.” “I can’t believe that!” said Alice. “Can’t you?” the Queen said in a pitying tone. “Try again: draw a long breath, and shut your eyes.” Alice laughed. “There’s no use trying,” she said: “One can’t believe impossible things.”...

A Time to Rest
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A Time to Rest

Written by Brandon Read, Gospel Student Ministries Director Time is a precious commodity. But in this day and age, we tend to move quickly from one task to another, making everything feel like a blur. Unfortunately, once time is gone, we can never regain it. It is easy to see why time slips by so...