Recent Posts by Melissa Falde

As Summer Approaches: A Faith on Fire and Keeping Your Cool

First Cov'er, Melissa Falde, squeezes every ounce out of the summer season. But does soaking up the sun have an impact on taking our eyes off of the Son? Read on for ways to be purposeful in our priorities as the weather heats up and routines cool down.  Bibles and Barbeques With winter in our…
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In the Void: When God’s Voice and Vision Seem Distant (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 of our discussion on God's voice and vision for your life. Last time, FirstCov'er Melissa Falde touched on three ways that we can be intentional in hearing God's voice, knowing His voice, and engaging Him in the conversation. Check it out here. But what about when you don’t know God’s vision…
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In the Void: When God’s Voice and Vision Seem Distant (Part 1)

Do good things come to those who wait, or do they come to those listen to the One who wants good things for you? When our ears are bombarded with burdens and numb from the noise, hearing God can be hard. Come alongside FirstCov'er, Melissa Falde, as she breaks down three straightforward steps to help tune…
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Family Organic Outreach (ch. 6): The Home as an Emergency Room

This week is chapter six with "The Home as an Emergency Room". Melissa Falde reflects on the main points of the chapter and shares how God will work through us as we open our hearts and homes to cultivate community, in this summer’s Book & Blog series “Organic Outreach for Families: Turning Your Home into a Lighthouse.” Each…
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Family Organic Outreach (ch.2): Sharing Jesus with Your Children

This week is chapter two with “Sharing Jesus with Your Children”. Melissa Falde shares what her husband Nate and she have experienced in raising young children, while living a life of putting Jesus first. This is part of our summer Book & Blog series in “Organic Outreach for Families: Turning Your Home into a Lighthouse.”…
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Of Family, Flashlights, and Fierce Love that Leaves the 99

A couple years ago, my kids and I were playing flashlight hide-and-seek inside the house. We shut off all the lights in the early winter evening, and everyone, including the person hiding, carried a small flashlight. I must confess that for a great part of my own childhood, I was terribly afraid of the dark. I…
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