The fall season is a picture of surrender. Look outside your window right now and you will likely see partially bare trees, clinging to a few dead and dying leaves. Watch a moment longer and you'll see them let go of a leaf, and then another. Every year the trees surrender to this process. Every … Continue reading What is surrender?
This is a prayer by author Richard Rohr that speaks surrender to me...
“... God can renew our hearts and minds to be able to see people as He sees them…”
“My healing journey began when I experienced a betrayal in my life...”
This blog post is a special art contribution created by Jayce - a graduate of the Clean Heart Program at Mid-Valley Fellowship. His colorful, exciting style is matched with an important deeper meaning. Jayce shares it's significance below.
In this third segment of exploring the Taking Back Ground Series, Phil Hobizal covers what it looks like to "walk out the process".
In Section Two of the first year of the Taking Back Ground series, we look at “Knowing God in Our Struggle”. As believers in Christ, we understand the Gospel message, but many of us have not invited Him into the deepest parts of our struggles.
Part of navigating challenges in life is accepting the things we cannot change. We cannot control the restrictions we are given or how others will react. We ultimately cannot control whether we get sick or not. If we can accept these things, rather than fighting them, we can instead focus our energy and attention on what we can control.
Hear from Jennifer and Kathy about what the Erēmos Internship has been like for them.
by Duan WalkerExecutive Director Since 2011, Mid-Valley Fellowship has offered a ministry internship, now named the Erēmos Internship. When it began, MVF had been in existence for about 5 years. We were beginning to see consistent engagement with participants and volunteers, and our programs were gaining traction. However, one of the main challenges we faced … Continue reading “Yes” – Nine Years Later