How do we change a difficult, uprooting kind of circumstance into a tool for growth? What examples are there in the scriptures of individuals being uprooted and what can we learn from them? How can we make uprooting work for instead of against us? Watch this short v/log then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
In a recent podcast we looked at the parables of the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin, both found in Luke 15. While these parables are hard to understand Jesus said his followers would be able to. The clear message? God’s love for humanity is genuine, preplanned and eternal! How do these parables help spell out this plan? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
In our recent podcast we focused on twelve qualities of Christian mothers. These reality based mothering attributes are also founded in scriptural principle and can equip anyone, mother or not to be a sound nurturer. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
We put the Bible aside and examined what science has revealed about the macro and micro complexity of every aspect of nature. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name.
Here we are just a few days before Christmas 2012. This is a time when there is usually a magic in the air, an excitement for friends, family and good cheer. Usually, that is the case – but not this year. No, not this year. Something happened, and as a result the giddy joy is gone. We have suffered a great loss. A few short days ago, an unimaginable crime was committed and 27 people, 20 of them 6-and 7-year old children, had their lives taken from them, brutally and without mercy. Today we honor their memory and recognize the pain of their grief-stricken families and friends. Today we also search to find how the hope of the true meaning of Christmas can give us – all of us - strength to cope, strength to stand, and strength to begin to move forward.
There are certain things in life - at least in this country - that are just simply common. Everyone knows about them and for the most part participates in them, often on a subconscious level. Two of these staples of everyday life, murmuring and complaining, will be our topic. What do people most often murmur or complain about? Do murmuring and complaining have any positive effects? Are there thought patterns that lead to murmuring and complaining? Can we alter our complaining habits?