There is urgency to a harvest time because there is a definite time when the opportunity to harvest will be lost. The farmer will do whatever is necessary to reap what he has sowed. The same principles of a natural harvest can be applied to a spiritual harvest. Continue reading Urgency in God’s Harvest (Guest Post)
“We have drifted away from being fishers of men to being keepers of the aquarium.” ~ Paul Harvey Continue reading On Fishing for Men by Paul Harvey
What does cooping with a disaster teach us about sharing our faith with others? Continue reading “Disastrophe”
“Someone will not be WON to Christ by LOSING an argument.” ~ attributed to Philip Yancey Continue reading Thoughts on Winning an Argument
Our friend, Bonnie, was asked to be a guest speaker at Sweet Monday, a creative women’s ministry that brings women together on the first Monday of each month. Grab a friend and a yummy dessert and get ready to laugh with Bonnie as she shares about contentment.
Sometimes it’s the simple things in life (like guinea pigs!) that God uses to teach a much-needed lesson…
Meet Peggy and Skittles
It all began with a tale of two guinea pigs, Skittles and Peggy, who became our long-awaited pets. Skittles was a very fat and happy-go-lucky guinea pig. She had a great temperament, but, to put it kindly, Skittles wasn’t the brightest bulb around. Peggy, on the other hand, was one smart cookie.
We realized just how smart Peggy was when it came time to bed down the guinea pigs at night. We’d put a nice wooden house with plenty of room for two guinea pigs into the cage every night. However, it seems that sharing isn’t high on guinea pig social graces. Every night there would be a rush for the house, with Skittles winning, due to her sheer bulk. Skittles would comfortably settle in, while positively glowing that the house was all hers once again. Then the real fun would begin! Continue reading “Peggy and Skittles and Contentment (Guest Post)”
Here’s some ideas for sharing your faith when you are home-bound or otherwise limited in your ability to share with others. Continue reading Confined, But Not Restricted