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The Kangal sheep dog of Anatolia

Shepherds in every part of the world have problems they must contend with as they care for their sheep. The Bible uses the analogy of the sheep and the wolves in several places. 463 more words

Bible Study

The New Testament Books, Are They Reliable?

By Kristen Johnson

I recently finished F.F. Bruce’s short book titled The New Testament Books,  Are They Reliable? Although I found the book a bit dry (sort of college-textbook-like) I also found it interesting and compelling. 546 more words

Paul’s Graeco-Roman Context

In recent decades, the figure of the Apostle Paul has gained the attention of scholars and researchers. New studies on personal issues as well as his ministry as the Apostle to the Gentile are being released almost every day. 398 more words

Echoed Fearlessness

by Kristen C. Strocchia

“By faith he left Egypt, not fearing the king’s anger; he persevered because he saw Him who is invisible.” Hebrews 11:27… 333 more words


Mind the gap

“Mind the gap” is a warning phrase to take caution while crossing the spacial gap between a train doorway and the station platform. It’s used by many train and rapid transport systems. 1,952 more words


God is Disappointed in You, by Mark Russell and Shannon Wheeler / ****

Whatever you might think of it, and despite it being one of the most influential books ever written (and how many people name it as their “favorite book”), you would be hard pressed to argue that the Bible remains one of the least read “important” books ever written. 524 more words

Book Reviews

LESSON #12: Prison

HIGHS AND LOWS: (13 minutes)
Write down one high and one low from your week in your prayer journal and share them with the group.  Pastor Breen or another student will gather them in prayer as we light our candles. 539 more words

New Testament