Dec 13, 2018 6:48 AM
This week I published a post on fear. I also shared a New York Times article on Facebook about teens and anxiety. Anxiety seems to be the accepted medical term. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America anxiety disorders affect “40 million adults (18-54) every year.” Fears range from general to specific, but whatever the type, it brings torment to the person involved.
Dec 11, 2018 1:35 PM
As a disciple, Peter had his issues. Sometimes he spoke too much. Sometimes he spoke when he just should’ve kept quiet. He was bold, but sometimes without thinking. Or, even understanding.
Critics called him a Galilean, which he was because he was from the west coast of the Sea of Galilee. But they weren’t criticizing the location. Galileans had a reputation for being simple, rough, independent and blunt. Their northern accent was even considered harsh.
Peter was not a cultured man
Nov 6, 2018 8:49 AM
In the sentence, Sometimes I feel overwhelmed, we can locate my thought process by the word feel. I’m thinking out of my emotions, my flesh and what I see in my mind as scary impossible– that huge difficult task, for example. But if you are a born again child of God, this should not be where you dwell.
Nov 5, 2018 10:14 AM
It is the ultimate survivor tale. One man and his family are the only people alive on earth after a magnificent disaster. It is the stuff of fables. A boatload of animals and four men and four women are the source of countless species and billions of people. But it is more than an adventure, and surprisingly it is not a fable. Discover Noah’s world unfolding in the fields of modern science and archaeology. Find out the truth hidden in legends and buried in the open for all to see. This is Noah’s…
Sep 25, 2018 7:56 AM
Today the lyrics of a song are playing in my head. It is the phrase, “It may look like I’m surrounded but I’m surrounded by You,” from Fight My Battles by Elyssa Smith. Elijah was one prophet who had to fight a few battles. God told him at one point to hide because the rulers wanted him dead for pronouncing a famine on the land. He sent Elijah to an unlikely refuge: Zarephath in Sidon, the heart and soul of Baal worship. Elijah needed to be taken care of. He needed to eat. God picked out a poor …