Short Break

Short Break

It’s the Easter break at the school where I work so I’m taking this week off from posting to enjoy some rest, reflection and recreation. Be back soon.  
An Easter thought by Ray Stedman

An Easter thought by Ray Stedman

Quote from What More Can God Say by Ray Stedman: “The people of that (Moses’) day thought God wanted them to keep these Ten Commandments as the only way they could please Him. They felt He demanded a rigid, careful, scrupulous observance of the Ten...
Easter Synchroblog : On being surprised

Easter Synchroblog : On being surprised

This Easter, let’s consider how God surprises us and how surprise leads to gratitude. On being surprised In 2 Samuel 7, David wants to build a temple – a house for God. Instead, God tells David through Nathan the prophet that God would build David’s house – he...
An Easter thought by Ray Stedman

Easter Synchroblog: Through a female lens

“‘Mary!’ Jesus said.She turned to him and cried out, ‘Rabboni!’ (which is Hebrew for ‘Teacher’). ‘Don’t cling to me,’ Jesus said, ‘for I haven’t yet ascended to the Father. But go find my brothers and tell them, “I am ascending to my Father and your Father, to my God...
An Easter thought by Ray Stedman

An Easter Quote

“The scandal of Christianity has been and always will be the person and work of Christ – that he was God incarnate and that through his death and bodily resurrection he offers the only means of salvation to humankind.” ~ Larry Hart in Truth...
An Easter Acrostic Poem

An Easter Acrostic Poem

Afflicted yet silent Burdened with grief Crushed by sin Despised by onlookers Embraced the pain Forsaken by God Guiltless but condemned Humiliated for me Injured for my shame Justice denied Kindred to my hurts Lashed for my healing. Mourning on Friday Numbness on...