A filter is a common word in today’s vernacular. Growing up, it meant a white, paper thingy you used in your Mr. Coffee to keep the coffee grains from getting into your cup of caffeine. Now, we have the French press and the Keurig, and there is no need of the big, white filters anymore. … Continue reading Which filter do you use?
I originally wrote this for a friend’s blog. I am reposting here, because today I received my first rejection from a publisher for my Bible study called The Jewels of Hebrews. There was a post going around on Facebook which stated, “Don’t believe everything you think.” Its truth crashed head on into my thoughts of … Continue reading The Lies of Rejection
How do you feed your soul? I just returned from a Christian writers conference in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. It was an exhausting, yet exhilarating five days. This conference was a time for making new friends and catching up with old ones. But, it also fed me. This conference fed me spiritually, … Continue reading A Feast of Words and a Free book
I admit at times I am too passionate about Bible study. The last thing I want to do is turn people off towards opening their Bibles. But, I see a trend in churches, (especially those that are not Southern Baptist; I am not Southern Baptist but they are known for their deep love of Bible … Continue reading Does Anyone Read the Bible anymore?
There are a lot of people doing yoga these days. But is yoga for Bible-believing followers of Christ? I can't speak for you nor would I try to tell you what to do. However, I would like to explain what I believe and have experienced. We live in a world with two dimensions, physical and … Continue reading Is Yoga for Christians?
Fellow blogger Carole Sparks wrote "Sabbathing: Is that a word?" on her blog Not About Me. She brought up a lot of good points in that post as well as her follow up post. You can read it here. As I read her post, it made me think of my time in Israel and celebrating a Shabbat … Continue reading Living out the Sabbath (Shabbat)
Identity. What does it mean? We all have one. We've all heard of identity theft, right? Wikipedia says, "It means to assume another person's private identifying information...to commit fraud or other crimes." It also says, "The person whose identity has been assumed may suffer adverse consequences..." But, what is our identity? Who seeks to steal it? … Continue reading Identity Theft
At 24 years old, I was out of school, looking for a full-time job in my field of biology, and getting involved in a new church. I wasn't really sure who God was, even though I had been brought up in a Christian home. I was confused. I was told most of my life I had … Continue reading Are you making Disciples?
This year my fraternal twins turned 21 years old. This was quite an accomplishment! Twenty-one years ago, my mother-in-law was having knee surgery. It was a Tuesday. Our family, my husband, Mike, father-in-law, Ted, my sister-in-law and her husband, my brother-in-law, and his wife were all there to be with her. After her surgery, we went … Continue reading Miracles from Heaven