The Gospel writers all take a stab at doubt. As they write about life, they put doubt to death. A policeman in my community once told me, “You know its Spring when the first stabbing of the year happens.” I would rather think about chicks and bunnies, but his point was that people who canContinue reading “Take a Stab at Doubt”
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We studied the book of Galatians in Sunday School last week. I asked the children, “Do Christians have rules?” Well, of course they do. They shouldn’t steal or lie or hit their sisters. Then I asked the children, “Does keeping the rules make them Christians?” This one was more difficult, and they scratched their headsContinue reading “Butterfly Rules”
My oldest daughter has her driver’s permit. Though I use winter as an excuse to avoid letting her drive, my husband decided it was a fine time to let her drive to the city two hours away. High speeds, passing lanes, interstate on ramps, and semi trucks were included. Let me tell you, friends, myContinue reading “Sustaining Power”
Something out of Nothing
This week, my kindergartener and I studied Elisha and the Widow’s jars. Our Bible study routine is always the same. I get out the flannel board, and he gets out the Bible. I tell the same Bible story every morning for the whole week, and he never gets tired of it. Actually, if I missContinue reading “Something out of Nothing”
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