Flame’s purpose is to encourage women to live out 2 Timothy 1:6
“Fan into flame the gift of God that is within you.”
What is Flame?
FLAME is an umbrella term that covers many different aspects of women’s ministry.
To create as many places as possible for women to connect with each other and with God.
To encourage women in their faith and spiritual growth by providing large group meetings, bible studies and prayer groups.
To provide opportunities for relationships to be real and transparent so women can pray together and share their burdens.
To provide ways for women to know what activities are happening and how they can get involved.
Check Out the Recent Posts!
It’s A Done Deal
Titanic -The ship that could never sink. Dewey defeats Truman. Coach Frost turns Husker Football around immediately (ouch). All of the above events should have happened - they were “done deals” if you will. When [...]
The Gardener’s Gift
One fine spring, a young couple purchased their first home and, with great pleasure and anticipation, moved to a cottage in the countryside. To their surprise, on the kitchen counter was a letter addressed to [...]
Stronger Together: Generations Living and Working Together Well
Hi all! In April, we had the honor of having Jolene Philo and Anne Fleck join us to discuss multigenerational living. The evening was full of practical insights for those relationships that span generations and [...]
“Fuzzy Math” Motherhood
“Fuzzy Math”: motherhood is... 700,000 things undone 500,000 days 400,000 times to put down the phone 300,000 desperate photos captured 200,000 toilets cleaned 100,000 dollars 75,000 teeth brushed 50,000 diapers 10,000 “no’s” 5000 dishes 2500 [...]
My Top Five…School Supplies?!
I have a confession. I am a school-supply hoarder. I have an obscene amount of boxes of dry erase markers and dry erase boards in my classroom. I have more thumbtacks than you can shake [...]
It’s 3 am – Do You Know Where Your Thoughts Are?
Let me tell you, 3 am is not my friend. It used to be - before I had kids. In fact, I never even knew there was more than one 3:00 in a day [...]