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Anger is a Choice

Continued from here.

In my last blog entry, I talked about Priscilla Shirer’s Jonah: Navigating a Life Interrupted Bible Study, in which she asked the question, “Do you have… 336 more words

Priscilla Shirer

Discipleship Menu - Lifestyle (Part 2)

In this second and final instalment of my thoughts on the lifestyle module (in the discipleship menu) we will look into how to be a disciple – in particular focusing on the example Jesus gave us. 351 more words

Christian

Journal: Loving through Repentance

Yesterday, our pastor preached on missions and evangelism which I thought was timely since our upcoming trip to the Philippines was not just primarily a vacation but a trip with a mission to share the gospel to our families and friends. 533 more words

Faith

Do You Have Good Reason to be Angry?

Continued from here.

Priscilla Shirer’s Jonah: Navigating a Life Interrupted Bible Study talks about making sure you have good reason to be angry. For those of you who don’t know… 348 more words

Beth Moore

Childhood Bible Stories: Jonah and the Whale - Running Away from God

Jonah is one of the stories I remember hearing about as a kid and mentally mixing with Pinocchio. All I ever remembered was someone got swallowed by a whale for acting foolish. 909 more words

Writings

Going Down the Path of Life (Jonah 1-2:10)

During the reign of Jeroboam II, king of the Israel, Jonah was called by God to prophesy against the city of Nineveh (Jon 1:1-2). Jonah was the son of Amittai and was living in Gath-Hepher when God spoke to him. 722 more words

Theology

‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ review: ‘Cry Wilderness’

MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000
Season 11, Episode 2
“Cry Wilderness”
Available on Netflix
GRADE: A-

How terrible is “Cry Wilderness”, the second film featured in the new  1,288 more words

Television