Meet Rachel: Living on Mission

Meet Rachel: Living on Mission

If you talk with Rachel Petri, you are going to hear the phrase “living on mission” often. Since it is such a powerful concept to this young woman, I wanted to explore what that means to her, and how she arrived at this place as a not quite 20-something...
Meet Lyla: Rachael’s Mom

Meet Lyla: Rachael’s Mom

Written by Lyla Swafford, author of It Takes More Than Legs to Stand. Her memoir is available on Amazon or you connect with when you follow her blog. My daughter came as an unexpected gift. As a woman with cerebral palsy, people didn’t think I could birth or raise a...
My Brother, Zach

My Brother, Zach

My Brother, Zach           Hello all, it is Joshua Helms bringing you another article. The wonderful people at Luke 14 Exchange have asked me to write a piece about World Autism Awareness Month, which is very near and dear to me on a personal level. I do not think I...
Meet Kelsie Cain: Serving while Waiting

Meet Kelsie Cain: Serving while Waiting

This month’s featured blog takes a slightly different approach. Kelsie Cain has been a friend of the Bortons and the ministry for many years. As she lives through a season of waiting, she has not let that stop her from using her gifts and talents. We’re thrilled she...
Meet Andrew: Try It!

Meet Andrew: Try It!

Meet Andrew Vacca: Try It! Andrew got his best advice at seven. He wanted to be like his older brother who played little league baseball. Andrew told his dad he wanted to join a t-ball team. His dad said, “Try it.” Those two words have shaped Andrew’s life. The third...