Here Steph discusses snow in the Bible as she continues her series entitled “The 12 Days of Christmas.” Steph points out that our sins can be as white as snow.
Stephanie begins a series entitled “The 12 Days of Christmas,” and unusually, begins with the story of the Prodigal Son. She concludes that we have wasted our heavenly Father’s gifts, yet He welcomes us with open arms.
Randy examines what appears to be a Christmas Contradiction as he takes time to revisit the Christmas Story. He reminds us that celebrating the mystery of the Incarnation is at the heart of Christmas.
Bobbi Junior talks about setting boundaries in relation to dementia. In this series of posts, Bobbi Junior brings her unique perspective to bear on the subjects of dementia, and Christian caregiving. Bobbi demonstrates that God is greater than dementia or any other crisis we may face. She shares how being a caregiver is a tiring, challenging and demanding task, and caregiver burnout is a constant threat.
Stephanie looks at the death of Jesus, the horrors of crucifixion, and our possible responses. She points out the need for the gift of faith to help us understand the significance of Christ’s death.
In this post, Shane discusses Jesus’ words and their significance in being part of the magnetism of Jesus. He considers the impact Jesus’ teachings, such as the Sermon on the Mount, have had on society.
God’s temple, God’s Spirit and the Raiders of the Lost Ark are all subjects that Randy touches on in this post. Randy concludes that, in this age, our bodies are God’s temple, as His Holy Spirit indwells each one of us that is a believer.
Stephanie looks at Jesus on the cross, including some of the last words of Christ that are recorded in John 19 prior to His death. Stephanie points out that Jesus cared for others, even when He was at the point of death.