Kaelyn's Korner

Weekly column by Kaelyn Pfenning


I love my husband Brad very much.

He is my best friend and my dearest love, and I am happy to walk through life by his side.

Three character traits really draw me to Brad: his seeking after God, his yearning for fellowship and his pursuing growth.

Blue Bloods

When we get home from a long day, Brad and I enjoy a good TV show.

On Sunday, we went out to eat after church with a group of brothers and sisters in Christ, spent a few hours in fellowship and learned about Blue Bloods. We watched a few episodes that night.


Psallos is a team of Christian artists - songsters and singers, ministers and musicians, thinkers and theologians.

This team has put together artistic songs of worship that are consistent with God’s word, rich in sound doctrine and intelligible for the sake of edification.

Last Tuesday night, Psallos returned to our church.


Walking and talking is one of my favorite ways to spend time with a friend.

Early Saturday morning, I drove to pick up a good friend, who I originally met at North Greenville University.

We’ve been in and out of touch but are able to pick up where we left off.


Watch the Lamb.

I’d heard this song before, but watching the music video this year had me in tears.

The song follows the story of a father taking his sons to sacrifice a lamb in Jerusalem.

On the way, the father tells his sons to watch the lamb, so the animal would not run away.


My husband Brad and I are trying a new diet.

Last week, we cut back on fruits and grains but continued to use up what we already had at home.

We are going to try to eat mostly vegetables and non-processed meats for the next couple of weeks before starting to re-introduce fruits and other foods.

Wedding anniversary

My husband Brad and I celebrated our first wedding anniversary on Sunday.
Over this past year, we have both learned a lot from each other, and I would like to highlight three areas of growth for me.

Gun ownership

Whoever holds a gun potentially has power to determine who lives and who dies.

With the state of sinful mankind, no one can be fully trusted to own a firearm, yet certain measures can be taken to keep gun owners accountable.

In any case, I would not trust any government to be the sole owners of guns.


Weekends continue to fill up with date nights, fellowship and family.

Brad and I reserve Friday nights for our date night where we can relax together with dinner and a movie.

Saturdays, we generally spend time with family or friends.

America’s Pastor

As most of us have heard by now, Billy Graham passed away last Wednesday at the age of 99.

His legacy from 1918 to 2018 is one of faithfulness in living out what he preached.

Seeing anyone live out their faith until the day of their death gives me hope in my own walk with Jesus Christ.


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