Growth

By Sarah Yockey

It’s November, and reality has set in. “Remember the Sabbath day” has been drowned out by people and projects and planning until I am practically screaming from the inside – “Give me a day to rest!”

By Sarah Yockey

Two weeks ago, I spent an hour on the sidewalk listening to my friend firmly assure me that she was NOT going to Urbana. She was not interested, not called, not ready, and definitely not going. Last week, I spent an hour on that same sidewalk jumping up and down with a giant smile on my face as that same friend told me that she knew, for sure, that she needed to go to Urbana.

By Stephanie Jimenez

Though my life can feel like a constant string of running late, looming deadlines, and late nights, these thing are not my identity or purpose. Rather, my purpose and identity rest in the source of peace and beauty. And when I forget, he takes the time to graciously remind me that he is God, he is all-powerful, and he is in control.

By A. George

If Jesus is able to forgive those who beat, tortured, and nailed him to the cross, then why is it so hard for us to forgive someone else for the smallest and stupidest of reasons?

By Carolyn Carney

From what goes on behind the scenes to what is offered to participants, in every minute of every day at Urbana, somewhere, someone is praying! We start months and months before Urbana and by October 2015, we are daily fasting and praying for the conference and for you!

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