uncertainty

By Alison Smith

No one likes uncertainty. Sure, a little bit of unpredictability is fun. I’m thinking of those unplanned, late night taco runs with my sorority sisters. Or the spontaneous stupid pranks we pulled on our favorite fraternity. But after a while, instability and uncertainty get a little old. 

By Alison Smith

This week we are wrapping up our time in the book of Philippians. As we shared in previous weeks, the Apostle Paul wrote this while he was in prison.