Sky Ranch Blog
Obedience to the Lord - Summer Waterman
If I could explain to the Summer of a year ago where I would be right now, I don’t think I would quite believe it.
When the Hardest Year Gets a Little Bit Harder - Josh Mans
It’s a very strange feeling to be in arguably the hardest year of my life, then for it to only get unexpectedly harder.
Tune My Heart to Sing Thy Praise - Katie Coley
Psalm 34:1 “I will extol the Lord at all times; his praise will always be on my lips.”
Blog by Charis Flake
Early on in the Fellowship, I found myself sitting in the top of an old barn faced with a simple, elementary question. My manager asked me “who is God to you?”
F.E.L.L.O.W.S.H.I.P - Jamie Swartzentruber
What is the Fellowship? What am I learning? What is my life right now?
What If - Garrett Henson
This is my third attempt at writing this blog post.
The Fellows Club - Madeline Rowe
We are all so different, but we are also so similar. We all came to the fellowship with different expectations, but we were all called by Christ to this small town in East Texas for the same purpose: to learn how to glorify God through service and to how to look more like Christ. Our pledge verse that we chose to live by for the year is Philippians 2:1-11 which states:
It’s a good day because the gospel is true - Trent Pickens
I’m currently sitting in a coffee shop in Colorado Springs staring off at the mountains in the distance as some tunes blast over the speakers debating what it is I want to write for my Legacy Fellow Blog post.
A walk to work - Sammy Poole
I am in the girls cabin on the side of a Colorado mountain about to head out to the crisp cold to start my work day. I have my backpack, check. Radio is here and on, check.
Community - Bri Bellamy
If you were to tell me a year ago that I would be living with thirteen other people in a small East Texas town working at a camp, I would have thought you were joking.
What are the odds? - Janna Honea
While working at camp and living on the side of a mountain, playing "what are the odds?" has become a common occurrence.
‘Is—is he a man?’ asked Lucy.
Homesick for Heaven - Hannah Onley
In May of 2017 I flew from Atlanta to Texas for the first time.
Fellowship - Josh Duke
“Jesus knew the Father had given everything into His hands, that He had come from God, and that He was going back to God. So He got up from supper, laid aside His robe, took a towel, and tied it around Himself.” John 13:3-4
The Allegory of The Fellowship - Nic Linde
There was once a great sculptor, his name was Zeno he was well renowned around the world for extravagant sculptures depicting people of high esteem.
C H O S E N - Esther Nyemba
The Fellowship is described as “a year-long refinement program designed to invest in the lives of recently graduated college students who desire to look more like Christ.”
23 Tips to Living in Westcliffe, CO - Mel White
I have lived in Westcliffe now for 6 months and during my stay here I’ve turned 23 years old; therefore, I thought it would be appropriate to share 23 things I’ve learned while living the ‘small town’ life:
Tension - Jack Burton
And being very tired and having nothing inside him, (Shasta) felt so sorry for himself that the tears rolled down his cheeks.
Greatest Blessings - Nathan Mendez
The fellowship has been such a blessing to me so far. Learning more about God and also learning how to live in community is something that I know I will always value.
Beauty in the Wilderness - Jenna Holley
Have you ever been in a place that seems far from literally everything? Well, I can now attest that I have. Welcome to the wilderness.
5 Months Ago - Carlos Guerrero
5 months ago, I was leaving a place that had become home.
The trees are changing and so am I - Shayla McCormick
Coming into the Fellowship, I was considered to be the “quiet” fellow of the group of fourteen. I would not initiate any conversations with anyone and especially did not really care to get to know others, besides above the surface.
Call on the Lord – Max Heller
“The more time that I spend in The Spirit, with The Spirit, relying on, going to, and leaning into The Spirit, the more I realize how strong God is"
Abide – Max Heller
Speed Limits – Max Heller
Farmer – Connor Ratcliff
When we look at 2 Timothy 2:6, we can all agree Paul has charged us to work hard like a farmer.