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Jun18

Happy Father’s Day

Posted on Jun 18 by

This Father’s Day, we pause to give thanks for fathers and for fatherhood.  We praise God for the opportunities we have to serve fathers and support, equip, and encourage them.  Read below where each of the men on our staff share a story of fathers they have served recently. Join...

Jun18

Don’t forget to fill your bottle

Posted on Jun 18 by

Father’s Day is typically the end of most of our supporting churches’ Baby Bottle Blessings campaigns.  Our goal for this year’s campaign is $135,000, and going into the final Sunday, we are far from goal.  Have you participated in your church’s Baby Bottle Blessings campaign yet this year? If yes,...

May18

FILL YOUR BOTTLE FROM A DISTANCE

Posted on May 18 by

What a year this has been! I can honestly say I didn’t see doing pregnancy counseling without being able to offer a pregnancy test (for our telehealth only clients before reopening began) and getting critical supplies for our health clinic from the bourbon industry coming when I imagined 2020. I...

May07

Can God Help Me Be a Good Mom?

Posted on May 7 by

“Do you think God can make me a good mom?” The question came out of the blue, yet it made perfect sense in the midst of our conversation. “Bailey” had been talking for almost an hour, finally finding freedom in verbalizing the pent-up emotions that had been swirling in her...

Apr14

Assurance needs you now

Posted on Apr 14 by

Ever heard the song “I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool”? Well Assurance was flattening the curve long before curve flattening was cool. Click here to see exactly what I mean. We need your support to continue! Did you know there are special incentives for you to do...

Apr09

The God of resurrection hope

Posted on Apr 9 by

When the disciples saw Jesus hanging on the cross, I wonder if they too were caught up in blind hopelessness—never envisioning that one day they would look up at a cross to see their Messiah as he breathed his last breath, never dreaming that the life they had come...