Do you want to get well? “Cures” for the two most common viruses of 2020

By Heather Walton Update: Interestingly, though I had had symptoms when I wrote this article, I ended up getting COVID a couple weeks later. I recommend the therapies here, because … Read More

It’s all about control

By Heather Walton We need to protect the most vulnerable. We must protect our Constitutional rights. Where is my unemployment? I will not wear a mask! It’s my body, and … Read More

Obedience and Justice: An Open Letter to All Who Follow Jesus Christ

Dear Church, There are many opinions and divisions today among us. Some of them are due to personal preferences and simply illuminate the diversity of the people God created. Others … Read More

An Open Letter to Gov. Andy Beshear

May 11, 2020 Governor Beshear, I want to begin by saying that, for the first several weeks of your COVID-19 response, I was one of your strongest supporters. I watched … Read More

How shall we then live?

By Heather Walton I am continually surprised by the comments I’m seeing on social media and in the news, regarding this outbreak of coronavirus. I completely understand feeling frustrated by … Read More

COVID-19: Has it changed the world?

By Heather Walton A week ago at this time I honestly wondered what all the hype was about. I questioned whether people were overreacting. Later that evening, after hearing from … Read More

Coronavirus: How Seriously Should We Take It?

By Heather Walton I believe in following the requests of our governing officials, as long as they don’t ask us to go against Scriptural commands or principles (Mark 12:17; Romans … Read More

Blessed by a Brush with Death

A year ago today I had a life-changing experience. After Emma was born, I started having intense headaches and odd symptoms. I went to the hospital four times, with no … Read More

The Sifting

We don’t know how much time we have, but if we relax and listen to God, if we are still enough and if we acknowledge that He is in control … Read More

Finding Freedom from a Frazzled Fate

By Heather Walton Author’s Note: I wrote this originally in June, just before resigning from a ministry I founded. Since then, I have continued a quest to learn how to … Read More

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