Introduction Written by Jacquelyn Davis
One of the most amazing things about being a part of missions is getting to see firsthand the provision of God. There are so many aspects of God’s provision, and I want to point out a few of them today, to remind ourselves of the goodness of our God.
1. God intimately and intentionally provides.
It blows me away to think that God, the all-knowing, all-powerful, creator of the universe cares deeply enough to understand my needs and wants. Our Father truly desires to give us good things and, as ...
Written by Gracie Kinsey
If you’ve followed along with the CBM Internship Program for any amount of time, you’ve probably heard one of us mention the “Core Values” of the Internship. If you’re not one of our interns and can’t recite them by heart, I will list the five core values here for you: Humility, Servant Leadership, Flexibility, Excellence and Unity. Today, we’re going to primarily focus on Unity.
The definition of Unity is “an attitude of love, patience and forgiveness towards others.” Ephesians 4:3 says, “Make ...
Compiled from a newsletter written by Scott Brinson
Opening written by CBM Intern Jaelynn Woullard
Looking through different files about CBM history, I stumbled upon this story from one of the newsletters by Scott Brinson, the director of CBM of the Great Southwest. As I read about a woman who loved the Lord and wanted to share with others what Easter is all about, it reminded me that God calls us to tell others about Him and what He has done for us. We always remember the true meaning of Easter, as Christians, but I think we often forget that there ...
[From the editor] If you do a quick search on the internet for the history of Mother’s Day, you will be told that mothers were celebrated as far back in history as the Greek and Roman times. A tradition started in 16th century England, known as Mothering Sunday, when Christians would return to their “Mother Church,” has slowly changed into a day to celebrate mothers. It is commonly celebrated 3 weeks before Easter in the United Kingdom and former British colonies (Canada, Australia, etc.). Most modern Mother’s Day celebrations, however, have their root in ...
By Elizabeth Price
As a stay at home mom of three, this pandemic has not really impacted our day-to-day life too much. And my kids are 4 years, 2 years, and 3 months old, so they don’t have any idea of what’s going on. Thankfully, the weather is warming up, so we can at least spend a lot of our time outside in this time of isolation. We don’t have a lot of space in our backyard, but we utilize the space we have and we always have fun. Here are some things we do and maybe you can too!
1. Have a picnic
It doesn’t matter what time of the year ...