The Many Faces of Worship

My daughter Rebecca is taking a class on the history of worship, and one of her assignments was to do a word study on the word “worship” in order to develop a richer understanding of what worship means. Today’s churches typically use the word “worship” to communicate a time of song-filled praise, but it is […]

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Gaining a Greater View; The “Present” in the Pandemic

I have been noticing that many bloggers are writing about how their perspective has changed during this pandemic. I started a post on that topic in July, and then put it in the trash. How do you encapsulate all that the last two years has cultivated in your heart? I’ve been thinking about how perspective […]

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No Greater Love

Every year, after the summer months of crazy camp schedules, our family takes some down time. We go camping! (Makes sense, right?) Oh, we go to a state or national forest, away from our own camp, phone calls and messages. We just spend time being together, playing games, hiking, biking, fishing, and whatever else is […]

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Afraid to Speak Up??

I was rolling through Costco with my daughter when one of the employees caught sight of my cart FULL of frozen vegetables. He came away from his post to peek in at the bags and make a comment. I don’t know how it happened that we began to talk about scripture, except perhaps because he […]

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Who He Must Be

Young women should have standards by which they evaluate whether a young man is suitable for dating, and young men should have standards to aspire toward, but how should those standards be established and who must he be? Years ago, I read Voddie Baucham Jr.’s book, What He Must Be:… If He Wants to Marry […]

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