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As a mother with 5 young children I tried to take advantage of every teaching moment. I remember the time as I prepared our evening meal, having a conversation with one of my daughters. At the time she was in... Continue Reading →

Disconnected

Have you ever noticed how quiet public transportation is? Not so much the road noise or ambient atmosphere that comes with public transit but how there’s such a large number of people and it’s nearly silent. People don’t talk, or... Continue Reading →

Changing Seasons

They say that in south Texas we don’t have “seasons”, but I disagree. We may not see the evidence of physical changes in nature but as months go by on the calendar, we do experience seasons of life, such as... Continue Reading →

Why was the New Testament written in the Greek language, and what does this mean for Christians today?

The New Testament is very important to the Christian Faith. It is a part of the Holy Scriptures and therefore “breathed out” by God, just as the Old Testament books were. The Holy Scriptures as a whole provide us what we... Continue Reading →

Consider Joy

They say that a picture paints a thousand words. When I was younger, there was a commercial showing a small child being attacked by a dozen happy puppies. The sound of his laughter was pure joy! I still find myself... Continue Reading →

Six Discipleship Resources

In light of the frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday and all the chaos that this season can bring, we often forget why we are celebrating. We celebrate the birth of our Savior and Lord. With the busyness that... Continue Reading →

Teaching Our Little Ones

The Great Commission in Matthew 28 says, “All Authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.  Therefore, having gone out, make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father, of the Son,... Continue Reading →

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