Ideas from Paul on Teaching the Gospel What Works for You? My personal scripture study found me in 1 Corinthians 14 the other day. I sometimes have a hard time with Paul’s
Your Legacy How do you want to be remembered? A friend of mine recently announced on Facebook that someone relatively close to her had passed away. It was an unexpected, and certainly untimely,
The Missing Women of History and How We Change History’s Future Language Flaws Language is limited. No matter which you use, the user is left lacking the ability to communicate perfectly.
There is a scene in Call the Midwife (Season 1, Episode 3) about a woman who is well past prime childbirth years. Her husband, also fairly long in the tooth, is beyond excited for the
"Be patient with yourself," my friend told me one day as I expressed frustration at things not moving fast enough toward fulfilling a personal goal. "Okay," I said agreeably. But then as I thought about
"A lmost every day brings opportunities to perform unselfish acts for others." The Good Samaritan The parable of the Good Samaritan is told in Luke 10:25-37. As with all of Jesus' parables, there
"Despite dismal conditions in the world and the personal challenges that come into every life, peace within can be a reality. We can be calm and serene regardless of the swirling turmoil