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Hide and Seek

Much can be said about the way in which we express our thoughts about faith, for in talking about God we express how we think (our theology) of God. 508 more words

Christian Life

The Gospel of John 1:35-52 - Jesus' 12 Apostles and the Symbolism of the Fig Tree.

The Gospel reading of John 1:35-52 represents the 2nd day in a sequence of events leading to the gathering of Jesus’ 12 Apostles.  The 1st day is marked by John the Baptist providing testimony (John 1:29-35) that Jesus Christ was the Son of God by saying that he personally saw the Holy Spirit descend and remain on Jesus at His Baptism (Matthew 3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21-22).   923 more words

Bible

Teach Children


This picture is of a Christian family who sends their children to Christian school. The children learn about the Bible, salvation, and the wonderful Godly heritage of the USA. 78 more words

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How to Have a Good Day

Doc Speaks Show On Intention Radio

http://intentionradio.com/2014/09/how-to-have-a-good-day/

How to have a good day every day is something we all would  like to have. Yet, we seem to have bad days as well.   106 more words

Spiritual

Inclusion at Zeeland Christian School

With more than 54 students who have moderate to significant impairments in a preschool through grade 8 building of 900 students, inclusion is part of daily life at… 963 more words

Christianity

Are You Enforcing Your Church's Child Protection Policy?

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

It’s hard to imagine but there are still churches that have no child protection policies in place (I know, I ask). 460 more words

Galindo

Abortion, politics, environment, church music, oh my!

By: Rev Ed Schneider

Have you ever noticed that whenever anyone becomes passionately connected with any idea, issue or item of contention, they become so isolated within their beliefs that it seems impossible to have a comfortable conversation on the subject? 1,262 more words

Rev. Ed Schneider