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“Eat what is good and your soul will delight in the richest of fare.”

ISAIAH 55:2

LATEST POSTS

on the Changing Seasons blog, Soul Food

 

Lent... an invitation

 

Lent, we meet again. My experiences from Lent have included a wide array of sentiments and experiences, from using it merely as a way to shed a few pounds before summer to using it as a season to dig into more of who God is and deepen my relationship with Him.

It Never Hurts To Ask

 

Several years ago, I was on the hunt for the perfect dress to wear to my brother's wedding. Never mind the bride, what in the world was the S.O.G. going to wear?! (sister of the groom)

To Choose Him

 

On many days, being a mom can be tiring. It simply comes with the territory.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Save the Date!

"Korie Robertson of Duck Dynasty"

Korie Robertson

 

September 14, 2017 at 12:00 PM

at :

Princess Anne Country Club

3800 Pacific Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451

 

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"Come, Sit, Stay: Finding Rest for your Soul in a Weary World"

Ellen Vaughn

 

October 5, 2017 at 6:15 PM

October 6, 2017 at 11:15 AM

Willow Oaks Country Club

6228 Forest Hill Ave, Richmond, VA 23225

 

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FEATURED PAST SPEAKERS

Stories of Hope & Joy

 

Jeannie Cunnion

Jeannie Cunnion

 

"There’s a freedom in forgiveness and it changes everything. We’re not going to get it right every time—count on it."

Melanie Shankle

Melanie Shankle

 

"I am a child of the 70’s, a teenager of the 80’s, and a college student of the 90’s. This explains my love of bad T.V., novelty rap music, and the denim vest in my closet with which I cannot part."

Katherine Wolf

Katherine Wolf

 

“What if we celebrated the hard stuff? Because God is with us in the hard stuff and He’s not leaving.”