Category: Faith

[wake up]

[wake up]

For someone who has grown up in a Church, who was involved in all ministries (except the women’s group – I didn’t really fit in there), who taught kids in Sunday School and camps for years, realizing that I still have so much to change in myself is overwhelming.

[daily verse: Luke 10:40-42]

[daily verse: Luke 10:40-42]

“Martha, dear Martha, you’re fussing far too much and getting yourself worked up over nothing. One thing only is essential, and Mary has chosen it—it’s the main course, and won’t be taken from her.” // Luke 10

[coincidences?]

[coincidences?]

We bought our first car several months ago. It is an old one (10+ years), but a dear one for me because it used to be my friends’ car. There is a lot of work to be done with it, but it runs and helped us get through winter without freezing at the bus stops …

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term paper#2: what source of theology to choose?

term paper#2: what source of theology to choose?

Some have called the Bible a love letter from God. While some parts of the Bible do not really remind of a St. Valentine’s notes, when one takes the Old Testament and New Testament, it is easy to notice the underlying golden thread that is present throughout the story. “I made you, I love you, I want to know you and I want you to know Me. Here I am.” God opens up and tells us enough to know so we can trust Him without wavering.

[water walker by ted dekker]

[water walker by ted dekker]

What would it be like to not take any offense at what was done to me, ever? I would never be upset. Ever. What kind of power would such a person have? They couldn’t be hurt! They would be invulnerable, like their master.

[christian harry potter?]

[christian harry potter?]

Some uber-Christian mama decided to creatively solve a problem when her kids asked if they could read Harry Potter books. She… rewrote the story. I always say that Harry Potter is not a Bible substitute (far from it!) and I don’t say that everyone should read it. But if you want to twist something… I don’t know. It’s cheap, it’s low, and it’s terrible.