If you’ve been to a service at Walnut Creek Windsor Heights on Sunday morning, you may recognize Nathan Friend as the bass player in the band.
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Michelle Sacco always wanted to be an architect.
For Mike Brown, every day is a new opportunity to glorify God with his work and resources.
When clients walk into The BEST Salon in Grimes, owner Kortney Kruger wants them to see faith in action.
Scott Math lives in a Romans 12 mindset where working hard and showing hospitality means just another day at the office.
The Cunninghams likely qualify for what the Book of Proverbs calls a “quiver full.” With six children under the age of eight, plus two dogs, their home is fu
Hitchhiking from Denver to Chicago, John Teeter suffered another stroke. It was his sixth and most debilitating one in three months.
When he was a kid, Bruce Crane dreamed of one day playing baseball for the New York Yankees. “Baseball was my first love,” Bruce said.
Briana Pfadenhauer understands the beauty of redemption in Genesis 50:20: “You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good.
Bob Sheely will never forget what his son TJ said during dinner one night last winter: “You really don’t know how close you can get to God until you have a t
Pastor Joel Swanson of Walnut Creek Highland Park has led various teen ministries for eight years, but none of those years has been quite as bittersweet as t
On April 1995, a fire broke out in a small refugee camp in Thailand–sending Larry Aye and his family fleeing into the jungle.