https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJLan-pJzfQ Check out this thought provoking video from the Bible Project. . . .
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLoLC_058VA In this week's Mid-Week Devotional, Pastor Matt George shares with us Genesis 1 and the importance of sitting with God in nature. This helps us see God's goodness in creation and allows for us to connect with him. We hope you enjoy this Mid-Week . . .
Blog from the Parent Cue Our world is currently experiencing an unprecedented time. The uncertainty and unknowns are causing anxiousness and fear in everyone. [Read more here on how to manage fear during a pandemic.] In the midst of all the questions, it’s incredibly important to focus on . . .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88MLhkF_4bU&t=6s Check out this Devotional on Youtube from Ps Matt George about the Harrowing of Hell. You can also find this on our podcast as well. . . .
by Missy Takano Can We Take the New Testament Letters, or Epistles, at Face Value? When we read the New Testament letters (also known as the epistles), it can be easy to see ourselves on the pages. We read about Christians trying to figure out how to live well, get along with each other, and . . .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXV-vjWK1Jg&t=137s Check out this Mid-week Devotional from Pastor Matt George. Was released on April 1st, 2020. . . .
by Ted Lowe | Mar 23, 2020 found on https://marriedpeople.org/ Be honest with yourself and me. This is the part of the article you don’t even read. Most of you, like me, skip straight to the parts that have a bold header. So I’ll spare you my unpacking of the tensions that are happening with . . .
by Sherry Surratt found on https://theparentcue.org/how-to-stay-connected-with-your-church-during-covid-19/ Maybe your family is like ours and you’ve hit the crabby phase of quarantine. You made it through the first weeks of being homebound, but the month’s supply of snacks have vanished and . . .
by Sarah Anderson found on https://theparentcue.org/how-easter-gives-us-hope-in-the-midst-of-a-pandemic/ I’ve got good news and bad news. The bad news is: we’re in the middle of a health crisis and global pandemic that has radically restructured our normal routines and ways of life that none . . .
Article is from peteenns.com PETE ENNS, PH.D. Peter Enns (Ph.D., Harvard University) is Abram S. Clemens professor of biblical studies at Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania. He has written numerous books, including The Bible Tells Me So, The Sin of Certainty, and How the Bible . . .
By Kimberley George Don’t miss this opportunity. This chance to grow into the change. Backstory to this word- The last couple years for us have been a shaking and shattering. It’s been 2 gruesome years of breaking in ways I never thought I could break. I never ever thought in my life I’d look . . .
By Dr. Chinwé Williams and can find this article and more at Parent Cue Blog We’re all navigating really strange and chaotic times. Schools have closed and parents are faced with working from home while trying to assist their kids in completing assignments on unfamiliar digital platforms and in . . .
Dr. Chinwé Williams from The Parent Cue If you’re struggling with how to manage your family’s increasing anxiety about the current public health crisis, you’re not alone. As information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to unfold, many families are experiencing a wide range of thoughts, . . .
For an inexpensive date, this is something you could prepare for your spouse. (I think it works best as a surprise prepared by one person for the other, but I’m sure you could adjust it so the surprises are shared.) BEFORE DATE NIGHT Choose a sense (taste, hearing, seeing, . . .
Many, many, years ago Anne and I went to the same primary school at Shorncliffe. I knew of her but didn't know her, as she was much older than I, being in the class above. We also lived in adjacent suburbs, only about 1.5kms away. We attended the same church, but she was in a . . .
The Good Shepherd The Lord is my soul mate, who never loses sight of me. He gives more than I ask, more than I can imagine. The boundary lines He leads me to Are pleasant, full of abundant goodness, generous provision. Though He may lead me through places called ‘difficulty’ or . . .
Neil Hall has been over in Papua New Guinea at a village called Kiru, a couple of hours from Port Moresby. On this visit, their task was to repair blades on a wind turbine they erected on a previous visit. The wind turbines provide power to aid the work of translating The Jesus Film into the many . . .
At our Planning & Discernment Day for the beginning of 2016 we had a time of reflection around Psalm 24. The wide range of responses that came from people in our church in this time of reflection were truly inspiring. This is what came out of Keith's reflection on Psalm . . .
The kids looked at the Parable of the Prodigal Son this morning. This is a modern spin on the parable for the kids today. -Luke 'Dad's Love' There was a dad who had two kids, a daughter, and a son. The dad loved his kids, and he liked to play fun games with them. The son, who . . .