• 1.5 minute read • Written by: Marlene Dixon Our Father who IS. When we think about who God is, we might take a moment to ponder all of the names that he calls himself, and that his children called him. We could take months to do this, as there are over 80 names of God… Continue reading Our Father Who IS
The Rope and the Blizzard
• 3 minute read • There is a rural farming area in the North where the most intense blizzards used to hit during winter. People needed to have a rope tied from their homes to the barns if they wanted to survive these intense storms. If they tried to venture out without a tight grip on… Continue reading The Rope and the Blizzard
I Left. God Stayed.
• 4.5 minute read • I left. God stayed. Or so it felt. One year ago, I was about one month into living overseas for the first time while doing ministry with Athletes in Action. It was also around this time that things started getting a little rough. Spiritually, emotionally, mentally...all of it. It started with… Continue reading I Left. God Stayed.
• 1.5 minute read • From Max Lucado: "Of all his names, FATHER is God's favorite. We know he loves this name most because this is the one he used most. While on earth Jesus called God 'Father' over two hundred times. In his first recorded words Jesus explained, "Didn't you know that I must… Continue reading Our Father
Don’t Forget to Remember
“Remember His marvelous works which He has done, His wonders, and the judgments of His mouth,” I Chronicles 16:12 Recently, I retired from forty years of coaching women’s basketball. I gave my life to Jesus when I was in the seventh grade, so ALL of those years, I strived to be a Christian Basketball Coach.… Continue reading Don’t Forget to Remember
From a Mom’s Heart
Dear Athlete, You’ve been gifted, you work hard, you push through pain, you put in the extra hours, and you give your all. In the multitude of things that could define you, I hope that someone has invested these truths into your life. Amy Carmichael said, “There are two things that are eternal: the word… Continue reading From a Mom’s Heart