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The Story Of Paint

By Paulette Dickerson First. You should know that for the past several years, I have been a home renter. Not owner. For those of you who have experienced renting, you [...]

My Struggle With Compassion

By Paulette Dickerson Colossians 3:12-14  So, chosen by God for this new life of love, dress in the wardrobe God picked out for you: compassion, kindness, humility, quiet strength, discipline. [...]

Spiritual Responsibility

By Linda Keene When asked to contribute to this blog, every thought that came to my mind told me I was not in any way, shape or form, qualified to [...]

Sarah’s Worth

By Lisa Willis Years of wandering. Years of waiting. All hope of the promise dried up with the monthly flow that ceased somewhere back in the desert. Sarai had no [...]

Flap Your Wings Little Sister!

By Paulette Dickerson Do you really know your worth? Your value? I was driving down the road the other day when I had one of those moments. You know the ones. [...]

A City//Pt. 4

**This past Sunday March 19th Pastor Leisa shared a powerful word with our Rock Congregation entitled "A City Filled With Willing Vessels". It was such a rich timely word that [...]

A City//Pt. 3

**This past Sunday Pastor Sunday Pastor Leisa shared a powerful word with our Rock Congregation entitled "A City Filled With Willing Vessels". It was such a rich timely word that [...]

A City//Pt. 1

This past Sunday Pastor Sunday Pastor Leisa shared a powerful word with our Rock Congregation entitled "A City Filled With Willing Vessels". It was such a rich timely word that [...]

A Love Note

By M. Williams I have seen where you have been. I was with you in the great unknown. Those nights you spent crying? I was there. I have gathered up [...]

Dancing Daughters

By April Brown Alright I say to myself.... This is it. Take a deep breath. The lights are on, the camera is ready to roll and it is time to [...]

The Apple Of His Eye

By Tonikka Holmes Do you struggle with thinking you are worth it? Like, “how will I ever be able to even do the things others are capable of?” “Will I [...]

Our Time, His Map

By Paulette Dickerson  Right now our Jewish brothers and sisters are celebrating the Festival of Purim, so I thought it only fitting that we talk about Esther. A woman who [...]