Israel May 13-24
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*4 Days in Jerusalem
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ESTABLISHING PEOPLE IN GOD’S WORD SINCE 1970
Our passion is to help people discover Truth for themselves by using the Inductive Bible Study method. We strive to accomplish this by offering Inductive Bible Studies, Training Workshops, conferences, and events for men, women, and students.
This is the story of one of my leaps and my worry that God might not be able to catch me. This is the story of Andy, Roger, and my family.
Loving people is tough! It is hard work. The lawyer who questioned Jesus understood the implications of the two commands Love God and your neighbor as yourself, which is why he tried to get out of obeying. (Luke 10:25-37)
If you have ever heard a sermon or a teaching on marriage in a Christian context you have heard that husbands are to love their wives. Or, to be more specific, husbands are to love their wives without putting any conditions on that love. Men are to love their wives the same way Christ loves the church.
No, this post is not about your physical relationship in marriage. Although, that might really help your husband feel encouraged and feel loved. This post is much broader. We are talking about ways you as a wife or mother can strengthen your whole family.
Married or single, young or old, every human has the emotional need to feel loved.
She had an uncomfortable feeling about God. As a young girl she seldom went to church or Sunday School, but when she did, she felt as though she didn’t fit in. The church people were good people whose ideas about living life were much different than hers.
Ah, Valentine’s Day.
It’s probably the most famous verse in the world. You have seen it on banners, bill boards, bumpers, and bus stops. You see people holding up cardboard signs at sporting events and you see it tacked on trees on the side of the road. Sometimes its the whole verse but often it is simply John 3:16.
It’s been a week of; great loss and devastation, a roller coaster of emotions, miracles, an epic outpouring of care and concern and stunning images of love captured for the world to see. It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words and this week we would all agree. The images of the devastation in Moore, Oklahoma have been seared into our hearts and minds. There are no words to describe the photos.
Three years ago, my world fell apart. And then GQ showed up. ESPN followed. HBO called. They all wanted me to serve as a source for a story, one so confounding and intriguing that it garnered nationwide attention. I was a character in the story, a bit player that entered in obscurity but ended up right in the heart of the climax. As my reality morphed into fiction, I was speechless. How could this be my life?
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