We’ve got resources and an informational blog to help you think differently about poverty alleviation in your city – and to do something about it.
In The Beginning…
“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” The most powerful words spoken into history. This blog will be nothing like the creation of the world.
Welcome to our baby blog with big hopes!
We hope that this resource will help you know us better, point you towards God, and gently push you out of your comfort zone.
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Our founder gets real with you about walking with God in His vision through MayBell. Join her for some open and honest vulnerability.
It’s natural to want to strive to be excellent in your work and relationships. How do we approach this Biblically? We take an in-depth look at Daniel and the Corinthians whose excellence was pleasing to God.
An in-depth look into 1 Thessalonians 5:11 and how we are commanded to encourage, reprimand, comfort, and teach one another.
As Christians, we constantly hear that we are called to be servants. Join us as we explore why we are to serve and how we are to serve well.
Did you know our vulnerability has a purpose? Experiencing vulnerability is one of the best ways to grow in your relationships with God, others, and yourself.
God has made us different in every way. Our unique looks, talents, lifestyles, social standings, etc. are what make us stronger together. Our differences have a purpose. Come explore this purpose with us!
In a perfect match, MayBell is moving in with Trinity Lutheran Church. We are very excited to work alongside a community-serving congregation!
We are broken at the loss of our friend, we mourn deeply, draw nearer to God, and seek to help others as we journey together.
What’s life without a mission? Instead of floating through life, come and hear what God has called you to, what MayBell has been called to, and how we have been called together.
The Bible puts a great deal of emphasis on both the names given by family and the sacramental names given by God to His people. The name MayBell means “Lily of the Valley”, but what does that have to do with poverty alleviation?