The highlight of our mission journey was dinner with the girls in their houses, trusting us enough to let us in. They smile and laugh, play and tease when they have every reason to despair. They remind me that, like me, they have been through difficulties yet God walks with them every day.
God used our gifts and skills during our Guatemala mission journey to meet real needs as we taught young victims of abuse how to protect themselves.
Mission journeys are full of unexpected twists and turns, and we got a front-row seat to an unexpected miracle for a precious infant.
Jesus trades the rags of our pain for his healing life. Four Bent Tree family members share how they’ve found this to be true in their own lives.
I attended Joni and Friends family retreat with my son, Corey, who has autism and is intellectually disabled. He may have extra challenges to overcome in his daily life, but at the end of the day, he is just like any other 16-year-old boy. He loves to tease his sisters, and cleans out the fridge...
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At the Frisco campus, we've invited families to tell stories about God's work in their lives. Matt and Erin are members of Bent Tree Frisco. Both serve in the Marriage Ministry, and their family is actively involved in a LifeGroup. By Matt and Erin Baxter A silent struggle nearly...
At the Frisco campus, we've invited families to tell stories about God's work in their lives. Amber Beck shared with us this story, about the importance of community in the face of hardship. Bryce and Amber are members of Bent Tree Frisco. Amber serves in the Kids Ministry, Bryce serves in...
A new family moved in one street over from us, and came forward with a letter the husband received in the mail. It was an awful letter filled with hate, racism, and threatening words directed at his wife. They are a bi-racial couple; he is white and she is black.
We thought we knew about grace, forgiveness, and love — so how was it that after sixteen years of marriage were we ready to call it quits?