Tagged with #faith

Awakening (by Joel Young)

Have you ever had moments in your life where you feel your soul trying to tell you something? Forks in the road where you can either listen or dismiss. Sometimes it’s a subtle intrigue, or it’s a thought that keeps rolling around in your mind in different ways – where you know there is something … Continue reading

Baby Roe (by Len Winneroski)

Did you know that Norma McCorvey, known more widely by her pseudonym “Jane Roe,” never actually had an abortion? All three of Norma’s little girls were given up for adoption because she felt unfit to raise them. Norma only had a relationship with her oldest daughter, Melissa, during her lifetime. Little is known about “Baby … Continue reading

Significance (by Len Winneroski)

To be human is to long for significance. To wonder things like, does my life really make a difference to those around me? Am I in the right job? Will I be remembered by my family and the world after I leave this life or will I be quickly forgotten? To be human is to … Continue reading

Skin Deep (by Len Winneroski)

I became a scientist because I have always been curious about how the world around me works. For instance, I think that most people can appreciate the beauty of a tree, but when I look at a tree, I want to know why the leaves are green in the summer and why they change to … Continue reading

Ready for the Wind (by Len Winneroski)

I believe that one of the most misunderstood and underutilized blessings of being a child of God is the ministry and influence of the Holy Spirit in our lives. We pray to our Heavenly Father who is the Creator of life and the Universe, and we joyfully praise Jesus who died for our sins so … Continue reading

Dry Bones (by Len Winneroski)

“Elisha died and was buried. Now Moabite raiders used to enter the country every spring. Once while some Israelites were burying a man, suddenly they saw a band of raiders; so they threw the man’s body into Elisha’s tomb. When the body touched Elisha’s bones, the man came to life and stood up on his … Continue reading

Salt (by Len Winneroski)

Being a scientist is a blessing and a curse. For instance, have you ever thought about why salt tastes salty? I think that most normal people just grab the saltshaker and salt their food without really thinking or caring about why they do it. God made scientists differently. We tend to be a curious lot … Continue reading