“When everything was ready.” I love how this chapter begins. God waited … until everything was ready. He wanted everything to be just right. He had a people to preserve, a remnant. Noah’s boys - Shem, Ham and Japheth - would have been about 100 years old by this time. It’s likely they had children,… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Genesis 7
Bible studies for writers | Genesis 3
Enter the serpent. This short chapter describes a conversation that changed the entire world ... FOR.E.VERRRRR. Verse 6 starts out, “The woman was convinced.” Somehow, I don’t think Eve fell for the serpent’s sales pitch after only one short proclamation: of course, you won’t die, you silly thing! Mwhahahaha. Have you ever convinced anyone about… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Genesis 3
Update From Nepal and An Exciting Announcement
Greetings from Thailand. Prayers for Nepal. A couple weeks ago, our friends set out on a short-term outreach to Nepal. When they arrived, the city of Kathmandu looked like this: Now, the city looks like this: We are thankful our friends are safe, but my heart is heavy for thousands of lives lost. Please keep… Continue reading Update From Nepal and An Exciting Announcement
Greetings from Bangkok, Thailand, and from the newly-certified graduate of the Teaching English as a Foreign Language program! I spent most of February studying and practice teaching in a TEFL course, from which I graduated on February 27. I have been wanting to take the course for so many years, but time and finances and… Continue reading Certifiable!
Marty Myers: Most Valuable Player
It hit me to the point of tears this morning that my life – and the lives of so many others – may soon feel a void. I saw a Facebook post not long ago that Marty Myers is in a “frail” state, and my mother messaged me yesterday to confirm what I had read.… Continue reading Marty Myers: Most Valuable Player
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