How a 19 year-old Woman Would Change the Church

This post is a little different as it was originally written by my daughter in answer to prompts given for an assignment in her theology class at her university. In response to the model of the church in the book of Acts, she was required to share how she thought the contemporary church should change. […]

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Not a Hint; Burn the Ships

At the time of the Civil War, the North had a naval ship yard in Norfolk, Virginia, which they were dedicated to protecting from the Confederate forces. In 1861, Virginia succeeded to the South, and the Federal forces began to clear their ships out of the ship yard, but they could not evacuate the retired […]

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A Reflection of Psalm 23, Day 4

He Leads Me Beside Still Waters When I read through W. Phillip Keller’s explanation of watering sheep in “A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23“, my mind kept wandering to the woman at the well in John 4. Jesus seemed to go out of the way for a “divine appointment” with this Samaritan woman. When she […]

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A Tactical Approach for Health This Fall

Fall is here, flu season is coming, and I have been bracing myself for news of rising Covid rates. While I spent several years becoming education in the practice of natural health, our family has adopted some tried and true tactics that we can use to give our immune systems a boost and increase our […]

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Ephesians, Chapter 1

Summer’s in full swing.  That means camp is in full swing. Camp JIM’s summer staff are trained, and the 1st and 2nd grade campers enjoyed their Sunday-Tuesday Cub Camp.  Family campers have come and gone after several days of studying the Armor of Christ, being served, playing together and I hope they were able to […]

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