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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2023 was a whirlwind year with the opening of Lilium Village Childcare and the approval of building permits (finally)!
Do you ever feel like you are simply drifting through life? That things happen around you and you have no control over anything, sometimes even your own actions?
We are called to “run the race set before us” but today we sit down with our Executive Director and talk about her literal race in the upcoming QCM.
Ever get the feeling you’re a small fish in a big ocean? Us too! So what does it mean to really care about a cause? Come find out!
Before we jump into 2023, we invite you to journey back with us through 2022 and see what we have achieved together this year.
Get comfortable sacrificing your comfort for others. We take a Biblical and practical look at sacrifice now and then.
God pursues us every day. His pursuit of us isn’t dependent on our actions or His demeanour. He pursues us out of His love and Goodness.
We thank God that He presses us together so that we would remain, patiently and steadfastly enduring, becoming more pleasing to Him and anticipating the good to come.
As we strive towards God’s Kingdom work we are more likely to be attacked by Satan and his forces in the midst of this spiritual battle. Prepare yourself well.
Where are you dwelling? Every moment we are choosing what to fill our time and minds with. Let’s be intentional in where we dwell.
Jesus said “For you always have the poor with you, but you will not always have me.” – Mt 26:11. We break down Deuteronomy 15:11 which Jesus was referring to when he made this statement.
When Adam and Eve disobeyed God in the Garden of Eden we lost more than our relationship with God. Explore our brokenness and Jesus’ healing.
How can we help the materially poor without hurting? Join us as we explore the most important step in your poverty alleviation efforts.
Before we jump into 2022, let’s look back at the most memorable moments of last year and see what we achieved together.
Our role as the Church is to bring healing to the brokenness in the world. To be the hands and feet of Jesus as he works to “make all things new”.
Come explore what true Biblical reconciliation is and how we can do it well in our relationships with God and one another.
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?