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chase and rescue

You guys.

These pictures are long overdue. The last time we had family pictures taken was 6 years ago.

SIX years ago.

And the reason why brings me to tears. 663 more words


"Adam was formed first, then Eve": the gender creation order and women in ministry

“Adam was formed first, then Eve.” Surely you’ve heard this statement before. If you have, congratulations. Chances are, you’ve read it from the pages of Scripture, particularly the words of 1 Timothy 2: 790 more words

New Testament

Characteristics of Godly Leadership: ABLE TO TEACH

We’ve been examining the characteristics of an overseer listed by the apostle Paul in I Timothy 3:2 and applying them to spiritual leadership. Because I’m a Bible teacher, this next quality is especially dear to my heart: “able to teach.” 579 more words

Dulce Merida: On Seminary and Personal Devotions

(Guest post by Dulce Merida, MATS student at RTS-Orlando. She is from the Miami area and is interested in Christian counseling and marriage therapy)

No matter what degree you may be pursuing in seminary (MDiv, MA, Counseling), we all share a common goal: to expand the Kingdom and connect others to Christ, regardless of what that looks like post-graduation. 394 more words

Women In Ministry

Scripture Matters Podcast Guest Appearance: Women In Ministry

Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Richard Swartz, host of the Scripture Matters podcast. Listen in as we talk about some of the major issues in women’s ministry today, women’s discipleship, false teachers, and “golden calf tipping”. 74 more words

Christian Women

Women In Ministry...?

Last year, I spent my time at a Bible School so I could further my knowledge of God and His Word. While I was there, I became exhausted of learning only from the voices of men. 768 more words

SHINE Release Event

On December 5, 2017 we celebrated the release of the 11th Edition of SHINE Magazine! It was a spectacular night of “Pearls and Grace” with beautiful spotlights of color blazing in the auditorium announcing the event—igniting the five senses for a… 882 more words