A Recipe for Lemonade Or How to Survive Post Traumatic Church Syndrome I love a good glass of lemonade. The sourness of the lemon married with the syrupy sweetness of a ton of sugar and a sprig of fresh mint or lavender or a bit of strawberries for an extra layer of interest. Fill upRead more about A Recipe for Lemonade[…]
I gave my life to Christ as a young child. My family attended a small church of less than 100 people, most of the families were retired couples, but they were excited to have my family a part of their church. There was a regular worship service where we would sing songs from anRead more about Hearing God in a Real Way[…]
Some of you know that I’ve hosted an all women’s music program on NWCZradio.com for the past four years, a total of 200 episodes of the Ebb&Flow, which highlighted women in music and women making music. I felt that for me, the interest had waned, and it was time to move on to other projects.Read more about I’m Hosting a New Podcast![…]
Recently I overheard someone say something like this, “you know when you falsely praise someone to boost their self esteem…” I about wanted to puke when I heard this. Falsely praising someone? Why on earth would someone want to do that? I suppose the meaning behind propping someone up is to make them feelRead more about Don’t Tell Me That[…]
How to Fail Beautifully (Part 3 of Failure) Once you accept that failure is part of our existence, perfection (in the sense that one is trying to be without sin or not to sin any further by your own strength), is no longer a goal. Being mature, obtaining maturity in spiritual matters is theRead more about Failing Beautifully[…]
Matthew 5:48 “Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.” It’s so easy to fall into a trap of thinking that we need to be “perfect.” We socially think of being “perfect” in a few ways: 1. Physically perfect This is something we are bombarded with on a daily basis, especially if weRead more about How Can I Allow Myself to Fail IF I’m Supposed to Be Perfect?[…]
It’s OK to fail. Failing is a part of life. Everyone makes mistakes, does things they regret, and does horrible horrible things. Everyone. Some people are better at hiding it than others. What I want to give you today is permission to fail, and the ability to learn and move on past the failure.Read more about How to Fail Like a Champ![…]
Prayer is an important part of our lives as Christians, or it should be if we are not in practice of prayer. It can be difficult as a Christian if we don’t know how to pray, that we get frustrated when we don’t see our prayers get answered, or they aren’t answered theRead more about How to Pray Prayers that Work[…]
Lady A presents Sunday Evening Gospel! A fantastic evening full of Gospel, hope, cheer, love and excellent music!
RTC is a movement to open our lives to the ART of worship. This movement was born in the Pacific Northwest, but our prayer is that it continues to grow and reach far beyond its first home.