Summer Bible Program
114 days ago 6 comments Categories: Christianity Tags: loneliness, isolation, friendliness, neighbour, hospitality, home intimacy
As a child, I was taught (by example) that when someone new moved in to the community, hospitality dictated that those already living there would "make the first move" - to reach out to the new fol
Several years ago Dr. Creed preached a message on marriage and began with the premise (stated as a question), "What if God's purpose in your marriage is not your happiness, but your holiness?" That
592 days ago 3 comments Categories: Christianity Tags: feel, feeling, feelings, season, snares, inspired, Chambers, best
Along with my Bible reading in the morning, I read several devotionals. One is Oswald Chambers classic, "My Utmost for His Highest." This was the devotion for April 25. I found it very powerful.
591 days ago 2 comments Categories: Christianity Tags: Integrity, values, professional, business, ethics, vocation
This is the daily devotional from "Facts of the Matter" by Dwight Hill for April 26. Thought it was good! Is It Possible To Integrate Biblical Values Into Your Professional Life? Yes! Jesus did it
820 days ago 5 comments Categories: Christianity Tags: Holy Spirit, evidence, joy, thanksgiving, submission
Evidence of the Holy Spirit in Ehesians 5:18-21 Ephesians 5:18-21 “And be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit; Speaking to yourselves in psalms and
92 days ago 3 comments Categories: Christianity, Encouragement Tags: test, tests, trials, temptation, Daniel
The Fiery Furnace Dan. 3:1-30 Intro. “No one can escape the fiery trials of life. No person can escape the troubles or problems of life. Every one of us experiences adversity, affliction, anguish,
587 days ago 2 comments Categories: Christianity Tags: margin, overcommitted, limits, exhaustion, proportion
There were some good, practical points in this devotion. Creating "Margin" In Our Lives Each page in this book has a margin. You wouldn't read this "Fact" if the print ran to the edges of the paper
I'm reading an excellent book (it's well written and hard to put down). Here is but one fantabulous quote: "David Brog, argues that the early Christian Jews were the first champions of human rights.
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