Author Archives: Dan Wenig // Student Ministries Pastor

Loss

John 21:18 “Very truly I tell you, when you were younger you dressed yourself and went where you wanted; but when you are old you will stretch out your hands, and someone else will dress you and lead you where … Continue reading

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Hope

As I looked out the window after a particularly difficult Easter Sunday I noticed the fading rays of sunlight as they painted a feather of a cloud hanging in an otherwise empty sky. It was then that a sudden thought … Continue reading

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Do you prefer heaven or hell?

“Hell isn’t a place you get sent. It’s a place you prefer.” – Toby Morrell While it’s not uncommon for Christians to talk about eternity rarely do we see such a strong statement about the reality of hell. Eternal punishment … Continue reading

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Footprints

This winter in Wisconsin has been snowy to say the least…and yesterday, I noticed my son’s bootprints in the snow and it stopped me in my tracks. I’ve seen lots of footprints and many made by my son, but for … Continue reading

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Post This To Facebook (and Twitter too)

It’s fascinating what people deem to be worthy of posting. From personal conversations, to photos of coffee, to the deaths of popular celebrities (here’s a list of those weren’t quite dead yet!) it seems that there’s plenty to say… In … Continue reading

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Home is where the…

The other day I pulled up my iPhone and in the notification center, right under the weather forecast it told me that I was 7 miles away from home. It shocked me! My first thought was “This phone is a … Continue reading

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TOO BIG FOR GOD

I’ve recently been reading a book by Heidi Baker called┬áCompelled by Love. It’s a fascinating look into her ministry in Mozambique and how her life is guided by God’s love. Many different parts of the book have challenged me, but … Continue reading

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