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Ascribing Unsurpassable Worth

By Mallorie Miller   |  November 16, 2016
Ascribing Unsurpassable Worth
My friend Pete shared a powerful word from the Lord at The Well a few weeks ago. One of my favorite things about Pete is his tendency to share profound truths in a nonchalant way. We’ll just be walking down the sidewalk and he’ll say something like, “Have you ever thought about how the enormity and intricacy of God’s love is demonstrated by creation?” And I’ll respond with a thoughtful, “Uh, yeah, totally.”

Come to the Table

By Sadie Zegarac   |  November 10, 2016
Come to the Table
What does it mean for us as the Church to be a people of inclusion?
Keywords: follow jesus, inclusion

Brokenness for Glory

By Sadie Zegarac   |  April 24, 2015
Brokenness for Glory
College is a funny place. You get the privilege (or annoyance) of living with your dearest friends whether that is in the same room, dorm building, apartment, or campus.

Step Out in Faith

By Katie Runser   |  April 22, 2015
Step Out in Faith
God continues to teach me so many things as I continue my journey in becoming and nurse and head out into the "real world". In each class and clinical He challenges me to grow as a person and in my faith.

A Journey of Thanks

By Natasha Kirkbride   |  April 15, 2015
A Journey of Thanks
God has been revealing to me more and more beauty, situations, and moments to be thankful for (or maybe it is not that He is revealing more, but that I am now choosing to see more).

The Value of Relying on God in all Circumstances

By Ruth Chilcote   |  April 9, 2015
The Value of Relying on God in all Circumstances
This semester I have seen God at work all around me even in the midst of busyness and chaos. I have been going through a long season of growth and focusing on truly trusting God with my whole life.

Hearing God's Voice

By Chrissy Peak   |  April 8, 2015
Hearing God's Voice
Chrissy shares with us about how to hear the voice of God in your life.

Trusting God and His Favor

By Brooke Agnes   |  March 30, 2015
Trusting God and His Favor
In the past year, God has really been showing up in incredible ways, but there has been one specific lesson that has been repeated over and over in my life recently that I feel is very important to share.

Meet the Curators

By Mallorie Miller   |  March 13, 2015
Meet the Curators
Meet our friends behind the blog!

Choices

By Kelly Crowl   |  February 26, 2015
Choices
This semester, I’ve spent a lot of time playing the “What If” game. I’ve wondered “What if I’d gone to a different school?”, “What if I hadn’t changed my major?”, “What if I had chosen a different dorm to live in freshman year?”, “What if I had gotten involved in different organizations than I did?” The list goes on and on.

Stories

By Lisa Kilper   |  February 19, 2015
Stories
Stories. We all have them. They make up who we are. If it were not for stories, we would all be exactly the same, trudging through life, doing nothing.
Keywords: identity, stories

Reflections on Worship: Waiting for Mystery

By Joe Griffith   |  February 25, 2014
Reflections on Worship: Waiting for Mystery
Last year, I had the huge honor of being a groomsman in a great friend’s wedding. Throughout the whole process... I was reminded how weddings are a representation of what happens in heaven. After all, the bridegroom, the Scriptures say, is to love his bride as Christ loves the Church.

Home

By Melany Bagnola   |  February 10, 2014
Home
"You're already home where you feel loved." Melany shares how God taught her this lesson while she was studying in Spain last spring.
Keywords: community, home, lost, trust

A Year of Faith

By Joe Antus   |  August 20, 2013
A Year of Faith
By giving an object our faith, we not only demonstrate that we believe that it is in some way good & worthy of our faith, but that it is dependable--we must trust it.

A Love that can Save the World

By Lindsey Van Sparrentak   |  March 24, 2013
A Love that can Save the World
“However, I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me – the task of testifying to the gospel of God’s grace.” Acts 20:24

In With the Out Crowd

By Jessica Heck   |  March 22, 2013
In With the Out Crowd
I had never seen so many people truly worshiping God and giving Him praise, honor and glory. And let’s be honest, I was a little weirded out by the amount of people raising their hands and dancing.
Keywords: obedience, worship  |   1 comments

My Path to God

By Alison Biro   |  March 20, 2013
My Path to God
God has been working in amazing ways in my life recently.

I’ll Just “Sleep When I’m Dead,” Right?

By Natalie Hritz   |  March 19, 2013
I’ll Just “Sleep When I’m Dead,” Right?
Isn’t it interesting that something as simple and basic as sleep each night can so drastically affect our lives?

Giving Back

By Mike Mayer   |  March 18, 2013
Giving Back
Recently I feel that I have found my calling.

Three Points and a Poem

By Bill McCallion   |  March 17, 2013
Three Points and a Poem
Recently my wife and I traveled to Tennessee to visit my father-in-law. It was a frustrating and painful experience for both of us on many levels.

A God-Loving Community

By Jennifer Lindsay   |  March 15, 2013
A God-Loving Community
Looking back at my experience here at Ashland University, I have been so blessed to be a part of such an amazing community of believers.

"Watch Me Be Faithful"

By Allie Spain   |  March 13, 2013

If there’s one thing I hate, it’s waiting. Patience is not one of my virtues.
Keywords: rejoice, relax, trust  |   1 comments

TBD- Sara French

By Sara French   |  March 12, 2013
TBD- Sara French
This year the Lord has truly taken care of me.
Keywords: peace, trust  |   1 comments

God Uses the Hard Seasons

By Lindsay Arron   |  March 11, 2013
God Uses the Hard Seasons
The thought of how God's stepped into my life and put me through a season where I have learned a lot is, to be honest, overwhelming.

The Undomesticated Christ

By Jake Ewing   |  March 10, 2013
The Undomesticated Christ
Christ is too big, too Good for us to attempt to domesticate him into our human passions.

Proverbs 3: 5-6

March 8, 2013
Proverbs 3: 5-6
What comes to mind when I think about what God has been teaching me lately is patience and trust.

Falling in Love

By Annie Miller   |  March 6, 2013
Falling in Love
I was molded and transformed by my Father's love and because of that I am beginning my most exciting journey yet!

His Yoke Is Easy

March 5, 2013
His Yoke Is Easy
Throughout my time at Ashland, I’ve been involved all over campus.

A Prodigal With No Faith

By Marc Zimmerman   |  March 4, 2013
A Prodigal With No Faith
Proverbs 3:5-6 says, "Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths."
Keywords: god's timing, trust  |   16 comments

Questioning God's Promises

By Cory Smith   |  March 3, 2013
Questioning God's Promises
Our God never fails.
Keywords: promises, trust  |   1 comments
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