“Do you recognize the book they’re using?” Nan asked me.
I was having lunch at a Panera Bread in Springfield, Virginia, with Nan (see note) when she noticed two women at the table next to us were doing a Bible study.
When I looked over, I recognized the book they were using, The Significant Woman, a life-coaching discipleship course Continue reading “Serendipity and the Significant Woman”
“Join us” at our recent Staff Training! Today, we recommend a study on Peter by Lisa Harper, comedienne and theologian. Continue reading “Sharing CSU2013 with You: Lisa Harper”
Wycliffe Bible translator, Lee Bramlett, had learned that most verbs for the Hdi people of Cameroon ended in either an a, i, or u. While still unsure how to reach these people with God’s love for them, God prompted Lee to look at their verb for love, which was “dva” and “dvi”, but never “dvu”.
When he discussed this observation with the tribal leaders that were helping him with his Bible translation work, their eyes were opened to understand the Gospel. Continue reading “One Unused Vowel Saves a People”
I’m adding books to this Shelfari bookshelf which I can recommend for readers of this blog. I’ve got over fifty so far. I also recommend you visit Judy Douglass’ list of Transforming Reads. This image, Gerrit Dou’s Astronomer by Candlelight is in the public domain. Continue reading Recommended Reading
One thing we can do as Christians in light of the overwhelming needs of people around the world, is share our faith in Jesus and in His soon return. Continue reading Putting an End to the Tragedies
“No one can serve two masters. For you will hate one and love the other; you will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money.” ~ Luke 16:13 NLT “Just watch a child standing before a selection of candy after he has been told he can have something. Perhaps he ends up just looking. . . and looking. Maybe you see him reach for one thing, only to pull his hand back and start for another. What is the problem? Does the child not like candy? Certainly not! The problem is that the … Continue reading “One Master”