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Redeeming Reason with John Mullholland

I met John Mulholland, who works at the University of Chicago Law Library, back in 2007. Over the years John has been a consistent proponent of a holistic Christian worldview, including its relevance for the university, and has organized many conferences on the subject, helping many to reflect on what it means to serve Christ in academia. 455 more words

Three Aims When I Teach the Bible

When I am teaching a Bible study or preaching a sermon, I keep three things in mind. They help to guide me during my preparation, study and delivering the message. 513 more words

God and Nature in Belize, Part 2

In an earlier post I mentioned that I had just arrived in Belize for a week of teaching (September 8-12). At the time I promised a more substantial report. 1,508 more words

God and Nature in Belize

It’s the beginning of the school year at Northeastern Seminary, and I’m way behind in posting anything. A new school year is always characterized by a buzz of activity—getting syllabi ready, making sure course websites are up and running, attending faculty meetings, and getting to know new students. 384 more words

Teaching believers (discipleship)

A few weeks ago I started a mini series of what I think is a boiled down list of the purpose of the Church.  Call sinners to repentance, Teach believers to be more like God, Send them out as ambassadors and to Glorify God’s name. 240 more words

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Teaching the Bible to Children

Hey y’all Jennifer here with a post that is about something that is so important…..teaching children about God.

I know we all have different methods and all children are different, but I wanted to share what has/is working well with my little girl. 717 more words

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