From the beginning of time and into eternity, we serve a God who is present, powerful, and faithful. He created every aspect of our world, and knew each of us individually even before we were formed in our mothers’ wombs. How incredible that our Creator God is responsible for the vastness of the universe, yet loves us dearly and wants to know our hearts.
Kerusso is a proud supporter of Bright Futures Berryville, a non-profit organization that helps schools connect student needs with resources in their community. This year the company provided 200 pairs of custom earbuds for elementary students in Berryville, Arkansas, helping to ensure local kids have what they need to thrive at school.
My family has been taking neighborhood walks and hitting nearby trails more in the midst of the pandemic, and we’ve had some memorable experiences we’d have missed out on, if we’d taken these opportunities for granted.
Ancient Greek philosopher Socrates is credited with saying, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” This line of thinking, developed nearly 2500 years ago, applies to our lives as Christian believers today. Let’s examine the question: What does it mean to be a godly man?”
We’re living in turbulent times. Tough times. Divisive times. The kind of circumstances that can lead to anxiety, fear, and uncertainty. And in the midst of this turmoil, instead of coming together to support each other, we’ve been forced apart by a global pandemic that is unseen by the human eye, but has managed to wreak havoc in our world in very real ways.
Many of us are wearing face masks when we go into shops, restaurants, or on public transit. Wearing a face mask in public is one of the best ways to help slow the spread of COVID-19 — but not everyone understands how masks can help, or why they matter.
For a lot of people right now, that feels like a loaded question with a laundry list of answers: A global pandemic with no end in sight. Job concerns. Painful racial tension and unrest. Uncertainty about the new school year. We miss being together with loved ones. We miss in-person church. We miss normal!
What is the source of your strength, and where you place your hope? In other words, what anchors you in this life? From a jet ski to the largest container vessel, without an anchor to secure the boat position when necessary, the passengers, crew, and cargo of any size ship are at risk.
Before Meg’s first child was born, she remembered thinking how amazing it would be to finally put her house in order during maternity leave. She’d organize the closets, whip the kitchen into shape, put a little more thought into dinner every night…
Jessie sat down across from Natalie at the coffee shop, smiling as she scooted into the booth. She knew her friend’s life had been tough for several months, and she was grateful for a chance to catch up with her, and offer support. Former colleagues, the two women didn’t get together as often as they’d like, but always enjoyed each other’s company.
Employment and finances and school and our state of health suddenly feel precarious, and we can’t gather with the ones we love to hug it out and reassure each other, shoulder to shoulder and face to face, that it will all be okay.
Faith changes people. Kerusso is on a mission to share Jesus on T-shirts, ball caps, bracelets, and more because the Good News is worth sharing — every day, in every way we can. Our blog shares biblical wisdom, sparks joy, and reminds you how much God loves you.