Exploring Relationship Building: Fearlessly, Shamelessly and Vulnerably

A friend recently texted a quote to me that made me stop in my tracks and begrudgingly agree with the author. It was from a psychologist named Dan Allender who recently wrote “At a deep level, I’m torn in two by caring pursuit. I want someone who WANTS to hear me.  Does hear me. Takes me seriously.  … Continue reading Exploring Relationship Building: Fearlessly, Shamelessly and Vulnerably

Centuries of Healing: A Historical Perspective on Onsite’s Beginnings

Nestled deep in the rolling hills of Tennessee is an iron ore village left over from America’s Reconstruction Era with a rich life-giving history of healing and truth. At first, it might feel like a stretch to see the parallels between a village known for its industrial advances and its current standing as the home … Continue reading Centuries of Healing: A Historical Perspective on Onsite’s Beginnings