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Evangelical Bohemian; a story of becoming
ETA: An even more appropriate moniker is "Anabaptist Bohemian." I carried the bolt of brightly colored fabric to the counter, trembling with hope and excitement that I might “get by” this time. I chose my dress material with trepidation growing up, because I was seldom permitted the patterns and prints I truly wanted. “Too gaudy,” … Continue reading Evangelical Bohemian; a story of becoming
Transforming Grief into Compassionate Action
Following is an article I wrote for a Church of the Brethren publication several years ago. The content is still relevant and timely, so I wanted to share with my readers here. When our infant daughter died in 2007, the world as my husband and I knew it forever changed. We were never again privy … Continue reading Transforming Grief into Compassionate Action
Borrowed Bread; how a cancer diagnosis had me grasping for future grace
I’ve always been prone to fretting about the “what ifs,” but with conscious effort and prayer over the years I’ve become more experienced at resting in God’s perfect provision. A recent message I shared at my church came back to “preach” to me again and again as I awaited unexpected biopsy results taken the day … Continue reading Borrowed Bread; how a cancer diagnosis had me grasping for future grace
Venturing with God in the Congo; a riveting account of adventure, resilience, and sharing the hope of the Gospel to an unreached people
Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. I’m behind writing this review, as our youngest recovers from flu and the COVID-19 concern has made its … Continue reading Venturing with God in the Congo; a riveting account of adventure, resilience, and sharing the hope of the Gospel to an unreached people
Can you be a Christian and not believe in heaven or hell?
During a research project yesterday, our son was watching a video that stated many Christians do not believe in heaven or hell. I understand that there are many people who do not believe in a heaven or hell, but I was confused that professing Christians wouldn’t believe. This is not meant to be a “pot-stirring” … Continue reading Can you be a Christian and not believe in heaven or hell?