Looking for simple advent activities the whole family can enjoy? Here are 3 easy projects and 6 advent books for all ages to enjoy!
For many modern protestants, church history (if they think about it at all) begins with those famous theses being nailed to a door, as if the 1500 previous years of Christianity don’t really count. If you have desired to learn more about church history or if you have longed to feel connected to the church throughout the ages, this post is for you! If you have felt overwhelmed at the thought of where to start your own studies, let alone how to pass on a delight-filled understanding of their place in church history to your children, I hope this post provides a helpful place to start.
What do you typically associate with walking “according to the flesh”? Do you primarily think of external sin and temptation? Fleshly desires? Bad theology? Morally corrupt allurements? Sins that “other people” commit? How might you be thinking according to the flesh in your daily life?
In her book, Alsup communicates intelligently, logically, humbly, emphasizing throughout a robust theology of Scripture. She seeks to answer this question: Is the Bible Good for Women?
On His Blindness, by John Milton, is an exquisite sonnet that speaks patience and hope on the days we're anxiously desperate to please God through our works.
What if you asked a Dad and a Mom the same series of questions about their homeschooling? Would their perspectives be similar or different? And what do they wish they'd known before they started?
The point of Acts is not the actions and work of individuals or even the church as a whole; the point of the book is the continuing actions of God Himself as the gospel expands.