Tag: Book Reviews

Bible Listening, Noteworthy Books, & Other Updates

Life lately has seemed to fly by! Summer always goes quickly, and this year was no exception. Of course, we packed in a TON of activity — church ministries, VBS, business trips for James, deputation trips, hiking, and I don’t even remember what else! But fall is my favorite season, so I’m happy to see […]

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Why Biblical Theology Matters for You

What if I told you that theology undergirds every single decision we make — and that having a right theology can help us fight temptation, prevent error, and stand strong for God’s eternal truth? Before you tune me out, thinking theology is only for preachers or seminary students, consider what it actually is. Theology is just […]

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12 Faithful Men: Portraits of Courageous Endurance

As Christians, we are all called to suffer with Christ. How that looks varies from person to person, but the overarching tenet is the same. We all face trials of various kinds, which are allowed by God to develop our character, advance His kingdom, and bring glory to His name. It helps to read of […]

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Life Has Been Full Lately!

Life has been full lately. In fact, I think June disappeared down a rabbit hole. Between my husband being away for 2 weeks on business, and my spending several weeks immersed in VBS responsibilities, the whole month rather flew by without much else getting accomplished! And July is starting off almost as busy with multiple […]

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Productivity, Effectiveness, and Gospel Flourishing

I’ve been getting stuck lately. Two of my goals for this year are writing the first draft of my next book and filling my new shop with artwork. But I keep hitting obstacles to productivity. Sometimes it’s circumstances beyond my control (like health problems); sometimes it’s choices of necessity (like ministry responsibilities); sometimes it’s a […]

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Life Lately – April 2018

Now that it’s April, I’m finally setting my New Year’s goals. But before you think I’m a horrible procrastinator, let me confess that I did set one goal back in January — to put off goal-setting until my latest grad class was complete. I knew that planning and dreaming would either distract me from my studies, or […]

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You Are Called to Be Creative

After I was diagnosed with Wegener’s, I went through a period where the most I could do during the day was stumble to the couch for a change of scenery. I read light fiction or watched movies, and that was about it. Nothing creative, nothing requiring any sort of energy output. Thankfully, that period didn’t […]

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