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June 16 @ Ezekiel 1-6

Ezekiel 1-6 (NLT)

Discover His heart: Even in His discipline, He gives hope for restoration

Our heavenly Father is not the kind of parent who gives empty threats or perhaps is too busy or too lazy to even care.  756 more words

Daily Devotions

King Josiah - Part 2

Now that we have a basis of Josiah’s background, we now look at the next thing that he does.  We will take a look at the following scripture 2 Kings 22:3-7.  387 more words


What the Church can Learn from Bernie Sanders

This article first appeared in Mennonite World Review.

Two months ago at Sent, the Anabaptist church-planting conference, I spoke with some young church plant­ers about what brings millennials to church. 532 more words


Approval of Women Is Not a Male Prerogative

In Gaudy Night, a 1935 mystery set in an Oxford University women’s college, Dorothy L. Sayers depicts a conversation between Lord Peter Wimsy (Sayers’ aristocratic sleuth) and Dr. 815 more words

Is Evil Winning?

Some time ago, I wrote a post at Spec Faith about evil as I believe J. R. R. Tolkien understood it. One point stood out as I wrote the article—the world of Middle Earth which Tolkien created was faced with defeat. 799 more words

Christian Walk

Faith's Checkbook: Sensitive To Warning

April 3

Sensitive to Warning
“Because thine heart was tender, and thou hast humbled thyself before the LORD, when thou heardest what I spake against this place, and against the inhabitants thereof, that they should become a desolation and a curse, and hast rent thy clothes, and wept before Me; I also have heard thee, saith the LORD”   (2 Kings 22:19). 183 more words

Morning Devotions

Choices of a Prophet vs. King

Life is full of choices. Whether we are conscientious of them or not, we make decisions that impact not only ourselves, but others around us on a daily basis. 751 more words

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