Who am I? I think that is a question everyone asks at some point in their life. If I asked you that question, what would you say? How would you respond? Maybe you would say your name (I’m Sarah) or maybe what you do (I’m a writer). But really, though. Who are you? I would… Continue reading An Article By: Sarah Susanna Rhomberg
“And now she’s shattered and heart-broken.” She sighed and looked down. “The thing is this,” she continued, “My friend is sure that God promised it.” I stood there listening to her telling me about her friend. A friend who had tried to “help” God keep His promise to her. A friend who was now heartbroken. … Continue reading An Article By: Sarah Susanna Rhomberg
Have you ever used clay before?Perhaps you made a bowl or just played around with it. But did you ever realize that clay teaches us a very important lesson? The word often used to describe this quality of clay is ‘pliability’. Pliability is what makes clay clay. This is exactly how God works in our lives.
Beloved. What a small word. One that couldn’t possibly apply to me. There’s no way anyone could love me–I’m hopelessly flawed, unworthy, and don’t deserve it. Well, you’re right. You are flawed. There’s no human on earth that isn’t. “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God”. (Romans 3:23, KJV). But,… Continue reading An Article By: Deigan Marie
What is clay? Well, having tried my hand at pottery for a short time, clay is messy. It gets over everything and is complicated to mold. It's temperamental in that, too much water, and you have dirty soup that won't conform to its shape. And with too little water, it's too stubborn and firm to… Continue reading An Article By: Sherrice Myers