PTSD and God

04.20.15 posted by Anne Peterson
God is also an authority, as well as a Father. How can I see him in love, while living with PTSD? It’s been hard for me to accept God as an authority. The way we see our earthly fathers is often the way we see God. Was God like my father, ... Continue reading →
Learning to be the Church

Learning to Be the Church

04.06.15 posted by RJ Thesman
What difference might it make if instead of planning more church programs, we initiated more projects next door? Jesus challenged us to consider his words, “Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me” ... Continue reading →
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God’s Love in Loneliness

03.02.15 posted by RJ Thesman
Most of the time, I enjoy my single woman status, but once in a while, the loneliness of my singleness creeps in like a black cloud that hovers over a previously sunny day. But, in prayer I'm reminded that God wants relationship with me, and ... Continue reading →
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Editor’s Pick: Trochia’s Best Posts of 2014

01.05.15 posted by Dani Nichols
As I look back at 2014, I’m again reminded of the blessing we have here at Trochia - a team of writers who truly care about creating beautifully-written, Biblically-literate work that mentors us as we seek to follow God’s Word. I hope this ... Continue reading →
Five Lessons from Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (John 4)

Five Lessons from Jesus and the Samaritan Woman

12.08.14 posted by RJ Thesman
She is given one passage in all of Scripture, yet we can learn so much from this inspiring Samaritan woman. In this post, we learn five important lessons from Jesus’ interaction with the woman at the well. Does this post change how you feel ... Continue reading →
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