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20
Nov

Letters from the Wilderness No. 3

When Jesus met Peter, He borrowed his boat to teach the people. Then Jesus filled their nets overflowing with fish, calling out to Peter to follow Him. What is Peter’s […]

30
Oct

Letters from the Wilderness No. 2

“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.” Galatians 5:1 There is so much truth […]

17
Oct

Letters from the Wilderness No. 1

I graduated college last May and felt very accomplished…for about an hour. Almost as soon as we finished taking pictures and moving out, people began to ask me “well, what […]

03
Aug

Lean not on your own understanding…

The second to last week of Honduras LT, I found myself growing apathetic. I was exhausted, both physically and emotionally, and I was feeling a lot of mixed emotions about […]

27
Jul

Power in the Wind

The other morning I was driving to campus and noticed that the flags on top of Lane Stadium were blowing in the wind.  Although I’ve driven by the stadium hundreds […]

27
Jun

A little love from the staff!

Here’s a little love from the staff!  Hoping everyone’s summer has started well!  We miss you!!  Be deeply encouraged!  #loveGodloveHokies

Here’s a little love from the staff! Hoping everyone’s summer has started well! We miss you!! Be deeply encouraged! #loveGodloveHokies

Posted by NLCF on Tuesday, June 6, 2017

27
Jun

Road to Emmaus

Road to Emmaus – ‘did not our hearts burn when he opened the scriptures to us?’   A few weeks ago I was reading through the gospel accounts of Jesus […]

23
Jun

♬ I Believe in Miracles… ♬

♬ I Believe in Miracles… ♬ The other day a friend asked me if I had ever witnessed a miracle, and immediately my head started to run through any stories […]

20
Jun

Mixing up my prayer life

The Lord has led me to focus on prayer this summer. Prayer has been something that always confused me.  I generally understand how to pray in public and how to […]

16
Jun

Give or teach a man to fish?

I was driving down the road the other day when a familiar scenario played out.  I pulled up behind a line of cars at a busy traffic light and there […]

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