Free of charge Stuff Fridays (Truth78)

This week’s Totally free Stuff Fridays is usually sponsored by Truth78, who also sponsored the blog this week. They may be giving away three sets of the Old Testament and New Testament volumes of More Than a Story. Here is more about the particular book set: More Than a Story takes kids on a chronological trip through the Bible having a God-centered, gospel-focused, discipleship-oriented, theologically grounded perspective. Though the Bible is full of stories, it is MORE THAN A STORY. It is the authoritative …

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A La Carte (November 23)

Might the God associated with love and peacefulness be with you nowadays. (Yesterday on the weblog: Helpful Things You Can Say to Grieving Parents) Perform We Really Want Everything That Technology Can Give Us? Gene Veith asks, “ Do we want technology that changes our agency because human beings? That babysits us? That retains us in line? The sense is that we would like technology that expands what we can do. Not really technology that imposes itself upon all of us, or that generates conditions that we have …

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Exploring the Breadth and Depth of Bible verses with Your Children

This week, your blog is sponsored simply by Truth78 and was written by Jill Nelson. Now more than ever, our kids need to know, understand, and embrace the stunning grandeur and overall truth of Scripture. The answer to every pressing question, every yearning of the heart, every struggle of the will certainly, and every hope associated with all-satisfying joy is found in God’s Word. Therefore , parents (and every believer): It is our own sacred responsibility and privilege to fully familiarize our children with the …

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Useful Things You Can Say to Grieving Parents

It can be awkward to reach out to those who are deep within grief. It can be difficult to know what to say and simple to believe that our phrases are more likely to offend compared to comfort, to make a scenario worse rather than better. We sense which our words ought to be few, but also that the most severe thing to say is usually nothing at all. I recently consulted with a few various other parents who have skilled the loss of …

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The La Carte (November 17)

Good morning. May the Lord bless you and keep you today. Grace Fellowship Chapel is now accepting programs for our Winter 2022 Pastoral Internship. This can be a 12-week, full-time intensive program that operates from February to May. Please apply if you meet the criteria! For sale this week at Westminster Books is John Tripp’ s brand new book on doctrine. Today’ s Amazon kindle deals include a list of titles from Crossway. The theme appears to be relationships. In Our Rejection of the Prosperity …

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A La Carte (November 15)

Good morning, my friends. Grace and peace for you today. (Yesterday around the blog: A Pastoral Prayer for Unity Amid Pandemic) Unmaking the Patriarchy Neil Shenvi has posted an interesting review of a popular and influential book. “ Beth Allison Barr’s The Making of Biblical Womanhood belongs to a increasing genre of (post)evangelical social scholarship. Utilizing a combination of history, sociology, and political evaluation, books like [these books] try to show that conservative evangelicalism has been built on the foundation of …

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Who is God really — and how the next era can know

One of the reasons I’m constantly so encouraged in what Mark Batterson  creates, is that he has a way to inspire readers in every area of life, including reminding ourselves of the blessings we have, the blessing we are, and exactly how we can use that will truth to make a difference in other people’s reside. His second […]#@@#@!!

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When your dreams come true. So when they don’t

Annie and I have been friends for a long time and if there is something she is dependable for, it is fun. And he or she loves my kids. Annie is one of those ladies who has friends within multiple generations, and she loves it that way. Here are some of the girl thoughts on what it is like […]#@@#@!!

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