By Jenny Willis Elizabeth’s mother asked if she could come to our Sunday night service to be prayed over. She told us how every time her husband leaves, she hears a voice and can’t sleep at night. Georgina was her name. She ran a household of three generations, eight people, a rooster, a hen, a … Continue reading Exorcised


By Scott Molgard There are words which always seem to chafe me. As a visual thinker, certain words bring up images that were burned into my brain a long time ago. Recently, a new word has gotten under my skin. The first word is “Christian,” and the most recent word is “missionary.” I remember my … Continue reading Missionaries?

About Wrecked

There is an unspoken lie that success lies in perfection. That rock bottom is unacceptable. That having questions about the Lord portrays weakness. Even within the Church the facade remains that everyone has it together. As soon as we pull into the parking lot, coffee in hand, we pull masks down over hurting eyes. For … Continue reading About Wrecked

Meet the Authors

MEET THE AUTHORS Seth Barnes. Fired by two bosses. A misfit in high school. Didn’t fit in America, so began career overseas. Couldn’t fit in a normal job, so started an organization that looks more like the Island of Misfit Toys than anything else. The story of what that looked like here.     Kellen Gorbett is a … Continue reading Meet the Authors

Homeless for a Day

By Heather Mason Heather did an experiment by pretending to be homeless for a day and see how people would treat her differently. Here is what she found: I believe that the homeless are some of the most caring people in America… Yesterday I spent a day as a homeless person. I was scared going … Continue reading Homeless for a Day

Am I Dreaming?

By Stephanie Fisk I want to share a dream that I had last night. In my dream, I was at a talent show. Every act was a little different, but they all focused around song and dance. So, earlier in the day, for some reason, I had signed up to perform a ballet routine at … Continue reading Am I Dreaming?

Kicked Loose

By Sarah Bullers Frustrated, tired, and dirty, I wearily climbed over the boundary ropes, and made my way to the canyon ledge. I sat down and dangled my feet over the cliff, knocking a few small rocks free. I watched as they fell, momentum dragging them, faster and faster, until they blended with the sky, … Continue reading Kicked Loose