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Blogs 2017-03-28T14:54:17-05:00

1905, 2017

A Graduate’s Story, by Jeanne Marie King

One hot, humid Sunday evening in August of 2015, I, the “new girl from Boston,” timidly walked into Vision Night with my parents guarding me on either side. I felt as if my life had been completely uprooted. But, coming into a completely foreign environment and anxious about […]

1905, 2017

Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, It’s off to work I go

A PERSONAL PRAYER God of work and play, of labor and rest, I am so blessed to have a job I love. I get up every morning, ok most mornings, and look forward to going to work. I am thinking about the challenges of the day, the opportunities […]

1705, 2017

Why Are Christians No Fun? -by Rev. Eric Huffman

This is an excerpt from a series of devotionals called “40 Days of Doubt,” written by Rev. Eric Huffman, pastor of The Story Houston. This series is intended to speak to the questions being asked by the scores of skeptics, agnostics, and other nonreligious people coming to The […]

1205, 2017

My Two Hearts, by Brindley Ginn

I always knew growing up that I was adopted, but I didn’t understand what it really meant until I was in 7th grade when my mom and I would sit on the couch into the late hours of the night and I would ask her question after question. […]

1205, 2017

Loving on a Mom (and others)

A PERSONAL PRAYER Loving and Gracious God, Last week, I was going through my closet and found that photo album from 1982 given to me when I left the church in Duncanville. There were pictures of all the kids in the youth group being silly, signed with their […]

905, 2017

Color Therapy

For many years, I went to the Starbucks in Highland Village six days a week. Sunday morning adrenaline seemed to take care of my energy level, but Monday through Saturday, you would find me there, reading and drinking coffee for an hour or so. Because I was such […]