Posts filed under 'Salvation'

The Bailout

You can’t turn on the television, open the newspaper, or talk to friends these days without the topic of the economy being one of the main issues. Everyone has some concerns about America’s financial crisis and although Christians know that this world is not their home, some are still interested and may even be concerned […]

Continue Reading Add comment March 7th, 2009

Thank God for Electricity-Seriously!

I posted this piece a few months ago when the hurricane made its way to Kentucky. This morning it became all to relevant again. However that first line should read “the last 9 days thanks to the worst ice storm to ever come through” 🙂 The last four days have been the darkest days of […]

Continue Reading Add comment February 6th, 2009

I am Saved

My father was a minister. From my earliest memories, I was taught that Jesus was the Son of God. He did live, he did come to earth, and he did give his life for others and I believed that…for awhile. My father, the unwavering patriarch of our small family, was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s […]

Continue Reading Add comment February 3rd, 2009

Sometimes Life Stinks

Genesis 6-8Our six-year-old daughter recently received a new Bible from her Sunday morning Bible class teacher. Inside the front cover was a short note explaining how important it was for her to read her Bible every night and if she couldn’t read it, then someone in her family would always read it to her. This […]

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