• by Cathryn Rohrman


    Two weeks ago, I was packing my overnight bag to head to Indianapolis for The Gospel Coalition Women’s Conference. I journeyed with a handful of other Kossuth women and joined 8,000 other women from all 50 states and 27 different countries. I attended for the first time two years ago and marked that conference as a turning point in my faith when my desire to walk with God and study His Word became more potent.

  • by Will Peycke


    Do you ever worry about messing up? I do. Or perhaps more accurately, I worry about the consequences, the “what might happen” if I mess up: losing time or money, disappointing someone, damaging a relationship, or just being embarrassed or laughed at. Falling isn’t so scary, but hitting the ground is.

  • by Bill Davis


    We had a great dog when we were early married, B.C. (before children). This was one of those cool, athletic dogs who could easily catch a frisbee in mid-air leap. She was an absolute nut for fetching a tennis ball. If you’ve ever had such a dog, then you’re familiar with the steely gaze the animal fixes on your hand when you have the ball. The best ones don’t easily fall for the fake-throw… their eyes simply remain riveted to the master’s hand in muscle-tensed anticipation.

  • by the Elders


    Happy Friday! We trust you have had a great week and are gearing up for an awesome weekend. In order to keep you in the loop as much as possible, the elders would like to share a few updates from last Sunday’s last Family Gathering.