Wherein the author struggles with purpose and writing. Rabbit holes are approached, but (hopefully) avoided.
When I was a kid, I experienced something on a regular basis that I didn't have a name for. Now I know what it is, because I still struggle with it, and I've sought to surround myself with people who will help me to deal with it.
The story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis 22, where Abraham nearly sacrificed Isaac but was stopped at the last moment, is an powerful story of faith. However. . .
I would, again, like to see what the "Evangelical" Christian population has been searching for recently. I’m guessing (all in fun) at least some of the following would be included. We are still a curious bunch.
Like happens often this time of year, my kids’ school gave out “character” awards as a way of honoring the hard work and unique personalities of the children. In our case, these were based on desirable traits of Bible characters (e.g. The Noah Award for leadership). I love it. It did make me reflect, however, … Continue reading Less Desirable “Character” Awards
I always find it interesting when search engines like Google share the top search terms of the year. I also know they have the ability to break down searches by demographic type and wish they would share that info too. I would especially like to see what the "Evangelical" Christian population searches for around the … Continue reading “Evangelical” Search Terms
I believe that Moses was the proto-parent, put in charge of a bunch of ungrateful people. I’m convinced that he said or was tempted to say at least a few of the following statements: “Well, if all of your friends gave up their jewelry so that they could make a golden calf, would you … Continue reading Papa Moses
I get it, but I'm a bit uncomfortable when religious retailers, such as Christian bookstores, use the term, "Doorbuster". The image of God-fearing men, women and children lining up and shoving each other out of the way to get a Duck Dynasty Study Bible is probably not the image we need to aspire to. I … Continue reading On the Christian Door-Buster