If your timeline is anything like mine, over the past few days it’s been filled with people sharing their thoughts on the topic of women teaching the Bible. Initially, I wasn’t going to comment (because I’m basically not a joiner). Then I listened to a video by one of my favorite women in ministry, Devi Titus. Her words made me think about the two women who had the biggest impact on my life and my ministry. Both were students and teachers of the Bible.
The first was
I' m not sure how it happened: one day I was a kid complaining about how bored I was when my parents watched Bob Vila’s “This Old House”; next thing you know I'm recording shows to watch on HGTV. Here's what my favorite show on HGTV can teach us about discovering our God-given passion, place, and purpose? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.
It’s that time of year again—-Halloween. Once again the debate will rage as to whether or not Christians should celebrate or abstain from this holiday. Honestly, I get that it’s a touch decision. On the one hand, most Christians will acknowledge that Halloween celebrates and is surrounded by symbols and elements that we associate with the occult the rest of the year. Then October rolls around and suddenly we’re okay with it—it’s all harmless fun. But is it really? Honestly, I
So yesterday I was working in the kitchen when I accidentally got a small cut on the tip of my middle finger. No big deal—a little peroxide and a band-aid and I was back to the task at hand. Okay, I did ask Jamie if he thought I needed stitches. After laughing at me, he assured me that the small sliver would heal over quickly—which it has. (Hypochondriacs Anonymous anyone???).
Today, you can barely see the cut. There’s just one issue: because of where it is located
A few weeks ago I sat down to watch one of my favorite news programs. (Yes, I’m a nerd with a favorite news program—sorry). Ordinarily, I love this show because it presents the news with a healthy dose of humor, snark, and sarcasm. (Sarcasm is my love language.) Settling in to watch the show, I expected an enjoyable hour.
For the most part, it was. There was just one segment that disturbed me. The discussion topic was about a Catholic school that removed the Harry P
It was one of the first mornings of Fall when I realized that I had nothing to wear for the cooler weather. Looking at my budget, I accessed that I could have one thing I loved or a few things that I was just settling for. What did I choose and what can this choice teach us about finding our God-given passion, place, and purpose? Watch the video to find out.