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- The Word Resurrection
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- Biblical Truths Woven Into Fiction (Part 2)
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- 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
- When You Don’t Feel Like Facing the New Year
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- The Outcome and Revelation
- God’s Ways Are Not Our Ways
- A Promise and Presence that Remains
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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.
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Tag Archives: Obeying God
Maybe you noticed and maybe you haven’t, but it’s been almost a month since I last posted. Considering my history of posting weekly this was a bit of a shift for me. I thought about letting you all know that … Continue reading →
Last week we talked about how in the context of life and death situations God’s parenting style doesn’t seem so harsh but actually the healthy and helpful response of a loving parent. And as I promised you last week, this … Continue reading →
I’ve heard way too many stories of church leaders who are clearly not walking out their leadership in a godly manner, yet for some reason the Christians in their church feel like they must continue to follow and obey that … Continue reading →
Is there such a thing as a neutral position? Can we live in such a way here on earth that we’re not for Christ but also not for Satan? Or does being against (or not living for) the one mean … Continue reading →
In 1 Samuel 25 there is the story of Abigail, a woman “of good understanding and beautiful appearance” who is married to a man “harsh and evil in his doings.” 1Sa 25:3 Abigail was stuck with this man, this Nabal, … Continue reading →
There is a big difference between wanting to be saved from judgment and wanting to be saved from sin. There are a lot of people out there who think what Christianity means is that they can be saved from judgement, … Continue reading →
In the Bible we read that the wages of sin is death (Rom 6:23). There is a cost that comes when we sin, but what is sin? Why is its wages death? Why do we own this cost and to … Continue reading →
Toward the end of the Bible is Third John. Though short (less than 300 words in length), this letter is rather fascinating, particularly when you consider it is likely John “the disciple whom Jesus loved” an Elder, writing to Gaius, … Continue reading →