Beneath the Surface

Recently, I was working through a Bible study I was to deliver to a class on the first chapter of Joshua, and quickly discovered that there was more to learn than just an understanding of historical facts. To grasp the tension of Joshua’s commissioning as the man to lead Israel into the Promised Land, you really […]

Festival of Frights

Happy Halloween! Ummmm… Is that OK to say to Christians?  You might not be sure since October 31 has become something of a divisive issue in the church. In fact, much too much heated debate has occurred between believers trying to find the right answer to the question… “Should Christians participate in Halloween?” I have personally […]

When There’s a Bad Call

Most people around our city spent a rainy Saturday indoors last weekend, but not us. Our family was up early and parked at the ball field for the Fall Tournament wrap up of Leia’s 11th season of softball. Most of the time inclement weather causes youth sporting events to reschedule, but since our league has only one […]