Refuting Rohr’s Claims About Jesus

“The whole Enneagram diagram is called ‘the face of God.’ If you could look out at reality with nine years of eyes and honor all of them, you would look at reality through the eyes of God.” 🚩Richard Rohr, “The Enneagram (part 1)” May 26, 2014; Rohr’s Daily Meditations Ladies, if you know of anyone … Continue reading Refuting Rohr’s Claims About Jesus

The Lordship of Jesus

I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him [that is, Christ]: ‘I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept His claim to be God.’ That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a … Continue reading The Lordship of Jesus

The Problem of Pragmatism

Where do we go for strength? To what or to whom do we seek wisdom? Are we trusting God with all of our hearts, or are we compromising by leaning into pragmatism? Are we praying and waiting? Or are we putting our confidence in practices that “feel helpful” in the moment? With God’s help…by prayer … Continue reading The Problem of Pragmatism

Studying the Book of Ruth

Inspired by God, scholars point to the Prophet Samuel as the possible writer. “Penned” between 1011 and 931 B.C., this historical account of Boaz’s and Ruth’s marriage points beautifully to the sovereignty of God and His Redemptive plan (the Gospel). The Old Testament is incredibly important! It’s in these historical pages that God points to … Continue reading Studying the Book of Ruth

God’s Word in a Post-Postmodern World

“And He humbled you and let you hunger and fed you with manna, which you did not know, nor did your fathers know, that He might make you know that man does not live by bread alone, but man lives by every word that comes from the mouth of the Lord.”Deuteronomy 8:3 Why share all … Continue reading God’s Word in a Post-Postmodern World

Studying Ephesians 4

With a pencil ✏️ or a highlighter, prayerfully read the following chapter in your Bible, marking these words as you go (Spirit, In Christ/Him, etc). And of course feel completely free to choose whatever corresponding colors you prefer. ☺️ Ladies, God lovingly gave us both the Old and New Testaments as to show us His … Continue reading Studying Ephesians 4

A Collection of Scripture about Love

C.S. Lewis’s “The Four Loves” (Doodles) 🎞 John 15:5 "I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in Me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from Me you can do nothing." (God, through Jesus, supplies all we need for loving others well) 1 John 4:8 "...God … Continue reading A Collection of Scripture about Love

Jesus’s Resurrection

Dr. Craig J. Hazen from Biola University points to Christianity as unique from other religions as it is not a “blind leap of faith,” nor dependent upon a subjective, emotional experience. God has provided a way for anyone to go on an historical investigation regarding the Truth claims of Christianity, and it all hinges upon … Continue reading Jesus’s Resurrection

“Disciplining Women to Love Apologetics,” by Teasi Cannon

This article was posted via teasicannon.com on January 15, 2020 Teasi was a contributing writer in the book, “Mama Bear Apologetics,” by Hillary Morgan Ferrer. IF YOU ASK THE MEMBERS OF THE AVERAGE CHRISTIAN GROUP WHAT THEY KNOW ABOUT APOLOGETICS, I’LL BET YOU’LL GET ANSWERS RANGING ANYWHERE FROM “I’VE NEVER HEARD THAT WORD” TO “I … Continue reading “Disciplining Women to Love Apologetics,” by Teasi Cannon

Galatians 3

Matthew Henry’s Commentary via Bible Gateway 💻 With a pencil ✏️ or a highlighter, prayerfully read the following chapter, marking these words as you go (Law, Jesus/Christ, Faith, Works). And of course feel completely free to choose whatever corresponding colors you prefer. ☺️ Ladies, God lovingly gave us both the Old and New Testaments as … Continue reading Galatians 3