MESA WOMEN: Setting The Table | Guilt, Grace, and Gauchos
by Liz Pimentel on August 21st, 2022
Life is full of guilt and pleasure, so how do we navigate both – especially at the same time?!  Read More
MESA WOMEN: Setting The Table | Finding Truth in the Anxious Wild
by Liz Pimentel on June 27th, 2022
Why should I draw close to the one who could have stopped it all? Why should I trust that He would take care of me and the anxiety I’d cast on Him? Hadn’t I earned the right to worry?  Read More
Prepping The Ground
by Pete Campbell on May 19th, 2022
The older I get the more time seems to slip away from each day. I can easily find a hundred things that need my attention and probably deserve it. This is never more true than when preparing to lead worship. The details; the practicality that comes with planning a set, leading a team, and pastoring the people alongside you. Each of these things fight for my focus when I am preparing to lead a grou...  Read More
MESA WOMEN: Setting The Table | A Restless Refuge
by Liz Pimentel on May 17th, 2022
This time, it's much bigger than a childhood game.  Read More
by Pete Campbell on May 9th, 2022
Sometimes... I just get stuck. Does that ever happen to you? The creative juices stop flowing and I don’t know how to move forward. If you’ve been pursuing creative work for more than a week or so, I’m guessing you have experienced what I’m talking about. You have projects to work on and deadlines to hit, but your creativity has come to a halt. You’re in a creative rut. A rut is a pattern of behavi...  Read More