Subscribe Here

    WeConnectGraphic

    Featured Article

    Fresh Vision

    By Stan Eure | July 26, 2021

    God gave me a vision over twenty years ago. When you know it’s from God, then the vision remains fresh…

    Read More

    FEATURED CATEGORIES

    BUSINESS

    The Second Guessing Syndrome

    By Debra Gaskill | December 11, 2020

    I walked up to the sign-in table of the Children’s Ministry at the mega church I attended–three young children in tow. You had to get your kids signed in early on Sunday morning or the classes might be full. Happy that I was ahead of schedule, I smiled at the…

    Read More

    FAITH

    Fresh Vision

    By Stan Eure | July 26, 2021

    God gave me a vision over twenty years ago. When you know it’s from God, then the vision remains fresh and vivid every day, even though you may have duties and relationships that require your attention and love. We can do ALL things through Christ who strengthens us.   My…

    Read More

    FAMILY

    I Don’t Want to Learn How to Swim

    By Jack Watts | May 21, 2021

    When my brother and I were about this age, our mom, Murph, decided that we needed to learn to swim. Acting upon her decision, she bought a package of swimming lessons for us at the local YMCA in Newton, Massachusetts. Back then, only men were allowed to be at the…

    Read More

    GOVERNMENT

    Here Is a Place to Start

    By Jack Watts | June 16, 2021

    The question I have been asked the most often since last November is this: “What can I do to help?” Being keenly aware of what happened, of how the fundamental American right of one man, one vote was betrayed to gain an unjust outcome, millions of good Americans want to…

    Read More

    RECENT ARTICLES

    To Defeat the Progressives, We Must Be Who We Claim to Be

    By Jack Watts | May 26, 2021

    Once again, this is a difficult post for me to write. I need to though because there is no way for us to be the people God has called us to be, “for such a time as this,” without all of us being candid and straightforward with the truth. Standing for the truth against the…

    When I Grow Up

    When I Grow Up

    By Wade Trump | May 24, 2021

    As a child we used our imagination to do the impossible, conquer kingdoms, rescue a princess in distress in a 100-foot tower, save a family from a burning building, or team up with Batman and Robin to capture the Joker or Cat Woman. I know these examples age me but I was once a child.…

    I Don’t Want to Learn How to Swim

    By Jack Watts | May 21, 2021

    When my brother and I were about this age, our mom, Murph, decided that we needed to learn to swim. Acting upon her decision, she bought a package of swimming lessons for us at the local YMCA in Newton, Massachusetts. Back then, only men were allowed to be at the Y. Women had to go…

    We Are Headed for a Constitutional Crisis

    By Jack Watts | May 19, 2021

    At the core of what has made the United States the envy of the world for two-and-one-half centuries and the reason why our system of government has been emulated repeatedly, is that in our election process the losers are willing to consent to the will of the majority. Historically, when one side loses, they accept…

    The Storyteller’s Daughter Pt. 5 (The Great Adventure)

    The Storyteller’s Daughter Pt. 5 (The Great Adventure)

    By Debby Davis | May 17, 2021

    One night when my sister Cheri was seven or eight, she told me she was going to go on a trip to see the world.  She packed her bag with snacks, and a change of clothes, and waited until after dark.  We were tucked into bed and the lights turned off when she told me…

    To Change the USA, We Must Change

    To Change the USA, We Must Change

    By Jack Watts | May 12, 2021

    Centuries ago, St. Francis of Assisi said we should witness for Christ a thousand times a day and occasionally use words. His clear message was Christians should be different from those around them, and this difference should be tangible and recognizable, not because we are religious, but because we are Christ-like. More often than not,…

    The Storyteller’s Daughter Pt. 4 (Ready to Go)

    By Debby Davis | May 7, 2021

    Someplace between the last day of my seventeenth year and the next day, when I turned eighteen, I grew up.  At least that is the way my dad treated me.  A few days after my eighteenth birthday, I asked him if I should go to music school or Bible school.  He had been telling me…

    Trump’s Ban on Facebook Is “Permanent”

    By Jack Watts | May 5, 2021

    Facebook’s Oversight Board has just announced that former President Donald Trump will remain banned from its platform. This decision, which is a victory for liberals and Progressives, is certain to set the tone for further censorship of political leaders and those of us who express political opinions on Facebook. There is no way for Trump…

    The Storyteller’s Daughter Pt. 3 (The Big Move)

    By Debby Davis | April 30, 2021

    God had a change of plans for us, and soon we were moving to Pennsylvania.  I felt sad to leave our church family, but also excited.  My dad was going to pioneer a new church.  We had to live in a tent for a few weeks, but God had a nice ranch house for us…