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MAKING CONNECTIONS THROUGH PROVERBS

When looking for ways to start a meaningful conversation about faith, look for points of commonality. In this article, I show how the much of the book of Proverbs is actually ingrained in our Judaic-Christian democratic culture.

The Relevance of Palm Sunday

Read John 12: 12-13 Yesterday, being Palm Sunday I was initially struck by Jesus’ humble entrance into the city. Then today, as I was reading this passage again, I had another revelation. This same crowd that celebrated the arrival of the Messiah one day openly...

The Sword on a Donkey

The crowds that went ahead of him and those that followed shouted, “Hosanna to the Son of David!” “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” “Hosanna in the highest heaven!” When Jesus entered Jerusalem, the whole city was stirred and asked, “Who is this?” The...

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY   Who was St. Patrick? I didn’t know the origin of this legend until I traveled to beautiful, evergreen, Ireland in 2014. I traveled with a group of people—mostly women—under the leadership of an evangelist from Colorado by the name of Marilyn...

HUMILITY

“God has given me grace to speak a warning about pride. I would ask each of you to be emptied of self-promotion and not create a false image of your importance. Instead, honestly assess your worth by using your God-given faith as the standard of measurement, and then...

LOVE IS…

I Corinthians 13 is still the best resource for understanding love. We need to read this more often and learn how to apply it to our daily lives.

The Writing of My Book “Unequally Yoked”

You might wonder why I decided to write my first book on such a complicated theme. To be honest, I never intended to write a book on this subject. In fact, this topic was the farthest from my mind. As a side note, writing a book has been a dream of mine since I was...

Gardening with Jesus

This summer God has been downloading so many things to me mostly around the theme of gardening. You might think that I’m a wonderful gardener. I’m not. In fact, most of the time I give up halfway through the summer. I get tired of the work involved. I just want to sit...

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