• by Mikel Berger


    For three days last week, I visited a foreign land. Or at least one that felt pretty foreign to me. I had spent a few years studying the language and the people of this foreign land. But upon entering, I realized that my studies had really only touched the surface of what motivates and drives its inhabitants and the depth of the resources available.

  • by Abraham Cremeens


    Life requires U-Turns. Some are big. Some are small. We have headed one direction only to recognize, at God’s prodding, that it is the wrong way and we must make a complete 180 degree turn to find the right course.

  • by Bill Davis


    As we celebrate Kossuth’s 75th year anniversary this Sunday, I calculate that 75 years is a little over 3,900 Sundays, give or take a few due to leap years, blizzards, and the like. That’s a lot of gatherings! Much has surely changed over those 3,900 Sundays. But what’s in store for the 3,901st?

  • by Abraham Cremeens


    I am excited! In the last few weeks, I have seen significant endeavors from the past year come to wonderful fruition. I drove home this past Tuesday night after our elder meeting thanking God for his kindness to us in multiple ways.