Apologetics

Debunking 3 Common Myths About the Resurrection

guest post by Megan Almon It’s the thing that makes or breaks Christianity. According to Paul, “If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile” (1 Cor. 15:17). And because it’s a historical event, it’s testable. For years, scholars have studied the details surrounding the Resurrection. The facts most widely accepted by Christian and… Continue reading Debunking 3 Common Myths About the Resurrection

2014 Fall · reflections

Seize the Season

guest post by Megan Almon Here’s the deal… It’s Christmas (as if the post-Halloween tsunami of red and green didn’t give that away). And if those around you know that you love Jesus, they’re expecting you to talk about him. Actually—counter-intuitive though it may seem for those who try so hard to be spiritually “normal”—for… Continue reading Seize the Season

2014 Spring · reflections

Excellent summer studies for you and a friend

by Maryanne H. Summer is fast approaching, and with it a change in scheduling. Kids will be out of school, families will be traveling. And in all of the fun disruption, devotional time will require its own flexibility. The long and free weeks of summer are a great opportunity to re-group and gain new direction.… Continue reading Excellent summer studies for you and a friend

2014 Winter · reflections

No little people, no little places

by Bonnie P. December brings with it creative ways to celebrate the season with personal memories and traditions. For about fifteen years now, this month has been my time to reread a book by Francis Schaeffer called “No Little People.” Be forewarned. You will not find it on any recommended reading list for Advent or… Continue reading No little people, no little places