The Poor Widow

One of my Bible story retellings, The Poor Widow, was recently guest-posted on my friend Laura's blog, The Living and Enduring Word. The voices grew louder as more and more people gathered around to watch the discussion. “Which commandment is the foremost of all?”  one of the scribes asked. She tried hard to listen to... Continue Reading →

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from daniel’s desk

Anyone up for a great blog recommendation this morning? My brother recently started his new website FROM DANIEL'S DESK where he'll talk about things like his Biblical studies, missions & evangelism, worldview, and history. Even though I can run next door to his home and talk to my brother nearly any time I want, I'm still... Continue Reading →

the children’s crusade

We are fighting For Christ With vision unhindered we see The Holy Land Freedom Peace for All We are Crusaders Following Christ The cross remains our guide Every heart forward, steadfast Christendom will triumph Forgetting our homes Our families Our lives Sacrificing everything For what cannot fail We are marching With Christ Traveling far Dangers... Continue Reading →

As I Have Loved You…

The night air was so cold it froze the teardrops on her eyelashes, and she shivered.  Her shoes had filled up with the freezing water that gushed in the lower levels of the ship; and her nightgown, heavy with water, clung icily to her legs.  She was very cold, but the gripping fear was perhaps... Continue Reading →

Please Note!

It was just brought to my attention that there are ads with potentially bad content showing up sometimes at the end of my blog posts.  I was very worried to hear this!  I definitely did not put those there--apparently they are placed there by WordPress on blogs that are provided for free (as mine is); obviously,... Continue Reading →

the poor widow

The voices grew louder as more and more people gathered around to watch the discussion. “What commandment is the foremost of all?”  One of the scribes asked. She tried hard to listen to the answer.   The question was directed toward a young teacher who had been, for the last hour, arguing with the Scribes and... Continue Reading →

Will We Remember?

I opened my email this morning and scanned quickly over the emails that I was receiving.  They were all automated emails--reminders of library due dates and memory verses to review, etc.--the sorts of things that quickly find their way to the recycle bin on my computer. One message, however, caught my eye, and rather than... Continue Reading →

New Year’s Resolutions

I found my way downstairs at 7:20 this morning to visit with my mom a little before all the younger ones woke up.  In the few short minutes we had before heading upstairs once again, our discussions ranged from 20 hour road trips and Arizona weather to 2012 and New Year's resolutions. My mom explained how... Continue Reading →

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