3 Resources for Your Quiet Time

3 Resources for Your Quiet Time

I’ve tried a few different resources for my quiet time, but only a few have stuck – and I wanted to share them! App: WordGo What is it? WordGo is a free Bible Study app developed by the people at BSF (Bible Study Fellowship). They currently have about 20...
Metaphors

Metaphors

The Indescribable God How can we describe the indescribable? How can we comprehend the incomprehensible? As we usually discover, scripture points us in the right direction, guiding our human quest to know and understand more.  The Old Testament tradition is full of...
Metaphors

Backward and Forward

Backward One of my favorite Seinfeld episodes (remember that sitcom?) was in season 9, “The Betrayal.” It’s one of my favorites for one reason – the entire episode is backward. The episode opens with the whole gang in India, sharing one-liners and criticisms that no...
Free Indeed: Reflections on July 4th

Free Indeed: Reflections on July 4th

I spent the first 18 years of my life growing physically, mentally, and spiritually as an “Air Force brat” or “military dependent.” My family eventually included two parents, seven children, and almost always one dog and one cat. My dad was an...
Building Community In Worship | Part 2

Building Community In Worship | Part 2

Luke 1:50 – “[God’s] mercy goes on from generation to generation, to all who fear him.” Previously, in Part 1 of this blog series on “building community in worship,” we looked at what Multigenerational Worship is, some of the scripture behind it, and why...
Summer Time

Summer Time

Summer is the Time for Rest The students are out of school, and summer break is in full swing! The excitement and enthusiasm I felt for summer time as a child is only surpassed by the excitement and enthusiasm I see in teachers longing for a well-deserved respite. The...