By: Dr. Kit Flowers
“And He went off with him, and a great multitude was following Him and pressing in on Him.” -Mark 5:24
Does this possibly describe your life? Do you feel that you have a great multitude following you and pressing in on you?
This verse comes from the story of Jesus going with Jairus to heal his daughter. The miracles and teaching of our Lord had caused quite the stir and a large crowd was waiting for him as he got out of the boat to be met by Jairus and others. An amazing part of the story is that in the midst of that crowd, a woman with a chronic illness pushed through and touched Him.Read More
Guest Post by Dr. Wendell Cantrell
Welcome to the second post on Faith in Practice. Last time, we laid a foundation of what it means to be a Christian. In this post we will examine spiritual growth. Most of us take our professional growth very seriously. Most of our states mandate a certain number of hours of continuing education. Sadly, we are a little more lax in our spiritual growth.Read More
By: Dr. Melissa Cheeks
We are so grateful for your thoughts, words, and interactions on this blog. It is a real blessing for us to share not only the same profession, but also this walk of faith throughout our lives. As we struggle to grow closer to God both individually and as the collective “body of Christ”, let me ask you a question.
What is a stumbling block for you- what is the biggest challenge you face in your daily walk of faith?
This blog is for you, and I want to make sure that we are addressing the things you want to hear. Make a comment below, and we’ll continue talking, writing, and sharing the journey.
Dr. Cheeks is raising deputation as the North Central Regional Representative for CVM. She is based out of Madison, Wisconsin but works in 8 states, including 6 vet schools. Find out more here: www.cvmusa.org/cheeks
Running has been on my mind lately, mostly because it’s also been under my feet. Do not let this post fool you, because I certainly am not an expert. I’ve only run two competitive races in my life, and they were ten years apart. The rest of the time, I’ve been a fair weather runner. I would occasionally lace up my shoes if the day felt right, and if I had nothing else I could convince myself to do instead.Read More