Breath on Paper small group is taking a break between semesters. For the next few weeks we are taking advantage of this time off, we hope you enjoy revisiting our favorites. We will return June 12th. I was twelve when the first social media page to hit the web was Myspace, when I was fourteen, Facebook, … Continue reading Social Media Isn’t Social
As the hot summer heat blazes down in Alabama I am especially thankful for Willis Carrier. Who in 1902 stared through the foggy mist on a train platform and realized that he could dry air by passing it through water to create fog. This one bit of knowledge enabled him to complete his invention … Continue reading More Than You Know
I was born and raised in Southern California. When I was 16 I left home with some friends and headed to the Pacific Northwest city of Seattle, Washington. All was good until the money ran out, and the hunger set in. I had never experienced such hunger before. I lost 30 pounds in one month, … Continue reading Introducing This Semester’s Writers – Cheryl Crawford
I prayed but God didn't help. ~~~ As we conclude another 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting, I find myself reflecting on previous seasons of prayer and fasting. Although, I spend most of my prayer time praying over prayer cards and interceding for others, I do have several recurrent ever present prayer requests for friends … Continue reading In The Waiting Room
I prayed but God didn't help. ~~~ Psalm 145: 18-19 says, "The Lord is near to all you call on him in truth. He fulfills the desires of those who fear him: he also hears their cry and saves them." Church of the Highlands was founded on the principle of seeking God first. Every January … Continue reading Are You There God?
I am beyond honored to introduce guest author, Arrianna Arriaga. I first met this power house of a young woman on fire for God, in the beginning of 2014, when she participated in a women's small group I was leading. She has since become such a precious friend of mine and I can't help but … Continue reading Social Media Isn’t Social
It’s now day 6 of the 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting our church does, along with countless others across the nation, and it’s my 10th time to participate. The first few years that we participated, if you really wanna call it participation, we gave up things like soda and chocolate. We prayed, but put … Continue reading Fasting Doesn’t Benefit God
21 Days of Prayer and Fasting begins your best year ever.