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Life’s Unanswerable Questions — Homemaker Edition

  With the progression of Katrina’s disability, I’ve become the primary housekeeper at our place. I enjoy it good enough, but even after years of practice I still have some lingering concerns: Why do I put a single softener sheet in the dryer, and take five out? Why do I put two socks in the […]

Living among the Pagans

A Study of 1 Peter 2:11 – 3:7 Live such good lives among the pagans that, though they accuse you of doing wrong, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day He visits us — 1 Peter 2:12 Introduction: Jesus-followers are pilgrims among pagans. First Peter describes Christians as cultural exiles […]

3 Critical Things to Do When You’re in Trouble

  “All Kinds of Trials” A Study of 1 Peter 1:3-9 Introduction: Perhaps you’ve been following the story of Pastor Andrew Brunson in the news. Thanks to Turkey’s brutal dictator, Erdogan, Brunson has become the most recent global face of persecution against Christians. Interestingly, 2000 years ago the apostle Peter wrote to believers in the […]

Thriving – A Study of Psalm 1

Prospering at Whatever You Do: How to Turn Each Day into a Blessing & Your Life into a Legacy Introduction: Many years ago, a wise woman told me to memorize Psalm 1, saying, “It is the door to the entire book of Psalms.” I did memorize Psalm 1, and most days quote it to myself. It’s […]