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5 Smooth Stones

David stooped down and picked up a handful of stones, smooth to his touch and weighty.  The rest of his story tumbles effortlessly into memory:  the battle with Goliath, David’s rise to fame in Israel, the finger of God upon his life.  778 more words

Book Review

So Broken, and Yet So Beloved: Reflections on Prototype

I have always loved Disney Pixar’s Toy Story. Truth be told, I love most of the animated films from Disney–from Snow White and Sleeping Beauty  1,118 more words

Book Review

True Translations

From Margo

How do we know the different translations of the Bible do not have errors?

The Bible was written in Hebrew and in Greek.  I unfortunately have a hard enough time with my English let alone other languages. 209 more words

The Bible

Thank God for William Tyndale

Check out this webcomic about William Tyndale by Adam4d.com and see how great an impact Tyndale has had in your life.


Review: Secrets She Kept by Cathy Gohlke

Secrets She Kept by Cathy Gohlke
Tyndale House, 2015

This book is beautiful. Secrets She Kept follows Hannah Sterling as she tries to piece together the clues her late mother, Lieselotte, left behind in order to learn who she really was. 357 more words


Ascension Snips and Clips

So much gets left on the cutting room floor–hence “snips and clips” in my title–when preparing a sermon. Here is a fascinating, orthodox, and devotional article by John F. 427 more words

Bible Study

William Tyndale: Rebel of the Vernacular Scriptures

William Tyndale, born c. 1493 in Gloucestershire, England helped to shape and shake the English speaking world into Reformation. The church historian Carl Trueman summarizes, “Tyndale spent most of his adult life on the run. 904 more words