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WayMaker: Finding the Way . . .

By Dave Henning / July 26, 2022

WayMaker: Finding the Way . . . Ann Voskamp recently released her latest book, WayMaker: Finding the Way to the Life You’ve Always Wanted (Thomas Nelson, 2022).  In addition, Ann is the wife of a farmer, mama to seven, and the author of four New York Times bestsellers.  Like the full moon starting to wane, […]


Withness and witness – the WayMaker

By Dave Henning / July 13, 2022

“What the WayMaker is always making a way to is life with Him.  What our brokenness ultimately needs are withness and witness.  No way is wrong if it’s with Him and every is good if it’s in Him.”- Ann Voskamp (emphasis Ann’s) And you [Moses] shall say to him, The LORD, the God of the […]


Exoduses – all the Red Sea Roads

By Dave Henning / July 12, 2022

“The WayMaker works all the waves you see into the way you can’t yet see.  And all the Red Sea Roads are exoduses to more than some promised land but to the promised arms that will hold you safe, come any hell or high water.”- Ann Voskamp “I called out to God for help; I […]


The Louder Song: Listening for Hope . . .

By Dave Henning / October 14, 2019

The Louder Song: Listening for Hope . . . (NavPress, 2019) Aubrey Sampson, director of discipleship and equipping at Renewal Church in West Chicago, IL, recently penned The Louder Song: Listening for Hope in the Midst of Lament.  In addition to her church ministry, Aubrey also ministers as a speaker, writer, and church planter.  As […]


The thin line between lament, despair

By Dave Henning / October 9, 2019

“Although Jeremiah’s resignation may seem like despair, the difference between lament and despair is a thin line — and that line matters.  Despair gives up.  The word despair is from the Latin de (down from) and sperare (hope).  Despair moves down from hope.  Lament is the opposite.  Lament moves us up to hope.”- Aubrey Sampson […]

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