Written by Amy Rienow on May 13, 2013
Many years ago I made a promise to God that if He ever wanted me to share with others the things He was teaching me, I would do it, even if it was embarrassing. I do not have it all together, but God has graciously been using His Word to teach me and guide me toward becoming the woman, wife, and mother He created me to be.
What Biblical Motherhood Is Not
Before we talk about what biblical motherhood is, we need to get rid of a few myths. First, biblical motherhood is not perfect motherhood. God is not…
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Written by Ron Hunter on February 11, 2013
You see it on overpasses, the sides of buildings, and on the occasional billboard. The person wanting their message or art seen has left his or her mark. Some marks are territorial; some are works of art, while others send a message. You can tell when you enter certain parts of a city that certain groups have a presence there and may have a strong influence on what goes on.
Using graffiti to mark territory by sending messages to those who pass by has been around a lot longer than spray paint aerosol cans. Back during the Egyptian empire…
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Written by Leah Beecher on February 05, 2013
“She didn’t even comment back. Come on, that was hilarious!”
This was the mental dialogue I had with myself, bent over our computer desktop on a desk much too small to hold all our wired machinery, junk mail, and breakfast leftovers. Looking up from my monitor, I saw beams of sunlight coming through thin curtains, a corner of blue sky, and tips of trees that had swollen to tiny spring-green leaves overnight.
“What am I doing on the computer?” I asked out loud, shaking my head to dislodge the social networking haze that was as heavy as spring allergies…
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