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Trauma, The Brain, and Healing Relationships (part 3)

This is a third in a series of drawing connections between the insights gained in this tremendous video and the Christian gospel. I would strongly encourage you to go back and visit those previous two posts if you have not had a chance to read and interact with them. 662 more words


Very few Bolts

There are very few Usain Bolts in this world. Invariably there is always someone who can do what you are doing with greater success, more prestige, louder applause. 253 more words

Bible Reading

R.C. Sproul on John 3

Therefore, if you have in your heart today any affection for Christ at all, it is because God the Holy Spirit in His sweetness, in His power, in His mercy, and in His grace as been to the cemetery of your soul and has raised you from the dead.

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Volunteers Profiled: The Band of Johns

Many Canadians wake up early each Thursday to get ready for work. Such are my Thursdays this summer, but not everyone shares my schedule, not exactly anyway. 1,292 more words

House Of Friendship

When the world whirls ...

There are certain moments when everything seems to slow down. I am thankful for mostly they are moments. Occasionally, the moments become hours or days. When time slows to an eventual standstill and begins to accelerate in reverse. 275 more words

Life Theology

Scripture for the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross

“As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up; so that whoever believes will in Him have eternal life.”

– John 3:14-15


Sunday Morning 9/14 (Unit 25, Session 2: Jesus and John the Baptist)

This week in The Gospel Project® for Kids, our journey continues in John 3. John the Baptist, the forerunner of the Savior, had a special calling to prepare people for Jesus. 241 more words