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- Don’t Just Read It. Consider Its Content
- Are We Giving the Best of Ourselves to God?
- Failing at Taming the Tongue?
- Being Part of Community
- What Does the Lord Ask of Us?
- How Do You Make the Journey?
- The Word Resurrection
- Palm Sunday and All of Jesus
- Biblical Truths Woven Into Fiction (Part 2)
- Biblical Truths Woven Into Fiction (Part 1)
- A Writer’s Experiences with Christians’ Perspectives on Fiction
- What Does it Mean To Honor Your Parents?
- What is God’s Parenting Stye? (Part 3)
- What is God’s Parenting Stye? (Part 2)
- What is God’s Parenting Stye? (Part 1)
- Being Faithful in Little Things
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- Side Trip Movie Review: Frozen II (Continued Part 1)
- Side Trip Movie Review: Frozen II
- When You Don’t Feel Like Facing the New Year
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Worldview DefinitionWorldview: as defined by The Free Dictionary 1. The overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world. 2. A collection of beliefs about life and the universe held by an individual or a group.
The 4 Killer QuestionsWhat do you mean by that? How do you know that's true? What difference does it make? What if you are wrong?
Category Archives: Christian Awe
Have you ever reached a time and place of something God has promised you and the outcome just didn’t look the way you thought it would? Jesus at Christmas is often called A Child of Promise, and the angel’s announced … Continue reading
The year 2020 has been rough. I was contemplating this and Christmas coming, and I got to thinking about how Mary’s and Joseph’s lives leading up to Christ’s birth were probably pretty rough too. Israel had been without a true … Continue reading
Recently, I have found myself contemplating freewill more and more. Being given a choice and not being forced to comply to someone else’s wishes is a reality that has always mattered deeply to me. I have always been a “why?” … Continue reading
Last Sunday was Palm Sunday, a day we celebrate Jesus’s triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. A multitude is shouting His praises, and coats and branches are being laid down on the road for Him. It’s definitely a moment to be remembered, … Continue reading
I have been studying in Philippians and I came across a verse that I have read many times before, but this time a certain set of words stood out to me. Here is the passage in the letter written by … Continue reading
Matthew 6:25-29 “Therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food and the … Continue reading
We often call God, our Father, but how often do we actually think of God as our Parent? (John 1:12-13) That’s right, your parent, as in picture yourself coming home from school or a long day of work and there’s God’s … Continue reading
Our perspective of God should always be getting larger. Have you ever been talking with a friend and suddenly learned something new about them that shifted the way you perceived them? Like: Finding out a friend, who has always worn … Continue reading