Transforming Ordinary People into Extraordinary Followers of Christ

Posts by Anna Grace Freebersyser

Freedom in Forgiveness – a post from Virginia Allen

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail “You’re forgiven.” Words that you might think offer comfort and rest but instead would strike anxiety in my heart. I had heard this phase all of my life in church, through my own personal bible study, and in about 98% of worship songs. Personally, I always struggled with understanding and accepting that […]

Answering Your Call – a post from Daniel Havener

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail I hate the word “calling”. When I was a child I was always told to “find my calling”. Missionaries would come to the church and talk about how they had found their calling to ministry. I remember walking past two women one day and hearing one bragging about how her son had […]

Tradition of Christianity – a post from Brodie Heginbotham

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail This is our story I remember the first time I felt that I was in the presence of God. It was incredible, like nothing I’d ever experienced. I felt pulled away from this world and into a new one, all while staying right here, with two feet on the ground. The worries, […]

Glorifying God in the Monotony – a post from Noah Winstead

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail I’m sure we’ve all been there before: caught in a summer job, long-term project, or class that feels exhausting. It brings no joy to us and sooner or later we all end up looking at the clock, hoping that it will just hurry up and end. Many times we find ourselves taking […]

Being for your family – a post from Steph Shrager

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail Ever since I made the decision to follow Jesus, I think the one of the greatest transformations that has happened in my life has been the restoration of relationship with my family. Of course, I’m not perfect at it. I wish I was, but the truth is I’m not there yet. However, […]

For Each Other – a post from Noah Winstead

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail Many of you have heard my testimony and all of the frustration that my life brought me before encountering Christ. I can sum it up in two sentences by stating that during my Freshman Year of college, I realized I had been living on the futile power and false wisdom that I […]

Scripture in the Everyday – Mary Strynar

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail I’m Mary, a new mentor with Fusion. One of the reasons I wanted to become a mentor with Fusion has to do with my struggle with controlling my sin-filled desires. Although I’m decades older than you I still struggle. But I have found Hope, Grace and Love in my decades of struggling […]

True Worship – a post from Gwen Howell

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail In the past few weeks, I’ve been noticing that our church, as a whole, doesn’t get very excited about congregational worship. It is something that seems to be important to the church. There are two staff members, Aaron and Steph whose entire job is about preparing for worship and worshipping. We have […]

Being Kingdom Citizens: Series Introduction

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail This summer, our focus with Fusion is on the simple question: what does it look like for us to live our lives as citizens of God’s kingdom? Simple Question. Big Answers. “What does it look like for us to be daily followers of Christ?” may be a simple question and honestly, we […]

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