Sign up to get the Weekly Word delivered right to your inbox. Click here

A Gift Just for YOU!

Happy Thanksgiving Treasured Tribe! Today we wrap up our Resilience Series on 1 Peter with a gift just for you. Millicent Phillips has written a beautiful poem called “Horizons” just for the Treasured Tribe to commemorate our journey together through 1 Peter. Download your printable of the “Horizons” poem to enjoy and share with friends. Click [...]

November 19th, 2018|0 Comments

Stand Firm to Serve

There was an entire world to look out at, a whole horizon out of reach. She wandered and watched her footsteps vanish behind her, swept away by waves hugging the shore and blurring her past. She was looking anywhere but ahead, and how could she not? It was a whipping world all about her. Captivating [...]

November 12th, 2018|0 Comments

Partners in All of It

As the sun completed it’s descent into the horizon she looked down to her feet which were now lost in the tides. It had come so steadily she hadn’t noticed until she had completely lost her footing. She looked back up to the sky which now held a moon, rising with the waters, rising with [...]

November 5th, 2018|0 Comments


Her walk changed to a swim in the ocean. As she stepped into the surf again and let the waters surround her on all sides, joy filled her heart. She thought, I almost missed all this beauty. The greatest gift you can bring to the world is becoming the woman God created you to be. [...]

October 29th, 2018|0 Comments

Courageous Love

You were not meant to stay on the shore. I am calling you out into the deep waters. Those words dropped into her heart as she continued her beach walk. As a child she had enjoyed swimming in the ocean. But over time she learned that while those waters were God’s treasure, they also carried [...]

October 22nd, 2018|0 Comments


Her walk on the beach continued. She slowed her pace to keep a careful eye on the sand for special shells to collect. A moving shell caught her eye and she paused to look closer. Reaching out of its conch house to stretch its legs for a walk, the hermit crab and the shell moved [...]

October 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Christ the Cornerstone

Her greatest fear was rejection. And when ugly words came from her church family, the hurt was greater because her expectation of them was higher. Ugly words from others were like stones, chipping away at her confidence one syllable at a time. She worked very hard to avoid them, sometimes pleasing others at the cost [...]

October 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Rise Up

As she walked further on the beach and her eyes found action out in the water again. A boy and his father were cheering together as they reeled in a fish captured by just the right bait. Great news for the father and son, not so much for the fish. The fish had reacted to [...]

October 1st, 2018|0 Comments

Riding Waves

The waves roared, carrying the energy of the wind and currents before eventually folding upon the sand. The surf ran swiftly to the end of its journey to say a quick hello where she stood at the edge of the shore. Circling around her toes and then her ankles, the wave kissed her feet before [...]

September 24th, 2018|0 Comments

Perspective Shift

Hi Treasured One, What was your favorite memory from this past summer? With fall close at our heels, I am ready to wave goodbye to Summer and welcome pumpkins and butternut squash soup. While happy to see my bathing suits head to the summer clothes storage bin (anyone else but me?!?), I will gladly hold [...]

September 17th, 2018|0 Comments