Emotional Healing

God has been so good. He’s blessed us in so many ways since we started GiveLife. I want to share the story of the emotional healing God brought me. Before we started GiveLife I had a few really big things happen that I needed healing from – my miscarriage, my Read more…

God Supplied the Perfect Job

Andrew Clarke As a few of you may know, I have changed the company that I work for. Over the past few months, there were a few complications at my previous job that had been leading up to a change in employment, which was slightly nerve-wracking, especially considering all the time Read more…

He Provides

Deanna Lemke The income I earn by teaching piano lessons helps provide many extras that are not in our regular budget. I ended the last teaching year in June with 8 students which wasn’t really enough to sustain ongoing expenses. In September, I began with 19 and by December I Read more…

Every Good Gift …

Colleen Biermann In the fall of 2015, I did the design work for the GiveLife campaign as a gift to the church. I believe in giving a ‘tithe’ on your abilities to the Kingdom and didn’t expect anything in return, but God had different ideas. At the time I had a Read more…

Business has increased

Shawn Guggenheimer, 2016 Here are some amazing blessings that have happened to me since give life started back in March this year. We all have our personal amount we’ve committed to giving to the building project. When the campaign was launched, God made known an amount he wanted me to Read more…

A Proper Perspective

mountain perspective“How beautiful are your tents, Jacob, your dwelling places, Israel! Like valleys they spread out, like gardens beside a river, like aloes planted by the Lord, like cedars beside the waters. Numbers 24:5-6 NIV

What a beautiful picture this passage of scripture depicts. To hear the writer describe it, one would think it was a vacation destination in the tropics. Let’s go!

The truth is a little less exciting to our short sighted natures. This was the picture of Israel wandering in the wilderness for 40 years after they had sinned against God by refusing to believe and obey His commands. They were in a hot, barren wilderness waiting for all of those 20 years and over to die before God would give them another opportunity to enter into His promise. It sounds pretty bleak, but that’s not how God viewed it. Let’s consider three points of interest.  (more…)

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