Don’t Give Up! Part 2: Peter

One of the things I love about the Bible is that the heroes in it are so human. They were great men and women of faith, but they weren’t perfect. Only God is perfect (Matthew 5:48; Romans 3:23;… Continue reading

My Word for 2020

I don’t know if people are doing this where you live, but I’m seeing a lot of posts on Facebook choosing one word to characterize a person’s New Year’s resolutions moving into 2020. I’ve seen words like “strength,” “forgiveness,” “joy,”… Continue reading

Don’t Give Up! Part 1

Have you ever set goals or made good intentions, only to drop the ball and mess up practically the next day? Alas, that’s human nature. The key is what you do next. Do you give up, or do you pick… Continue reading

Meet Hope Willis

Hello!

My name is Hope Willis, and I’m the new Parent Road Ministries Social Media Coordinator. Nancy Ruth asked me to introduce myself to you, so here’s a bit about me.

I’m the oldest of 5 kids, all two years… Continue reading

Kids & Grief

Kid crying, focus on his tear, added a bit of grain, black and white

This has been a season of loss in my small-town community. In the last 3 or 4 weeks, there has been two teen suicides, one gun… Continue reading

What is “faith”?

What does “faith” mean? Is faith blind? Are faith and reason (thinking) connected or two separate things?

Lately, I’ve been reading The Cross and the Crescent: Understanding the Muslim Heart and Mind by Phil Parshall. This post does not contain… Continue reading

What is Pharisee-ism? How do you know if it describes you?

Can you spot a modern-day Pharisee? How do you know if you are one yourself?

I recently read a very interesting book by Timothy Keller called The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism (not an affiliate link).… Continue reading

God didn’t make robots.

If you’re part of our E-Team, you know Nancy Ruth is working on a new family Bible study. The working title is: Why Do Bad Things Happen? While this study still has a long way to go before it’s ready… Continue reading

What would a world without pain and suffering look like?

Do you ever wonder what the world would be like without any pain or suffering?

I am in the middle of a class on Christian Responses to Evil and Suffering. The question above was one of our topics this past… Continue reading

Prayer is more than a suggestion

If you were completely honest, how would you rank your current prayer life? Non-existant? Mediocre? Ok? Strong? Or vibrant?

I doubt many of us (including me) would rate ourselves as having a “vibrant” prayer life. What does the Bible say… Continue reading

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