Romans 8—what a great chapter about freedom in Christ! It starts out: “So now there is no condemnation to those who belong to Christ Jesus. And because you belong to him, the power of the life-giving Spirit has freed you from the power of sin that leads to death” - Romans 8:1,2 NLT. “Condemnation” is… Continue reading Free to fly (#BibleJournaling)
A while ago I came across blog post: “Permission Pages: the perfectionist’s approach to the journaling Bible.” Lauren, the creator of that post, explains well what “Permission Pages” are and why one might want to create one, or several, in a journaling Bible. I loved the idea and added two as tip-ins at the front… Continue reading Permission Pages #BibleJournaling
The Price Of Freedom by Simon Ivascu My rating: 5 of 5 stars "Every young man between the ages of eighteen and twenty knew from early childhood that they would be required to go into the army to give one year of their lives in military service. … it was the young men with strong… Continue reading The Price of Freedom (review)
Unafraid: Trusting God in an Unsafe World by Susie Davis My rating: 3 of 5 stars Already a fearful child, the sight of an eighth grade classmate—a neighbor boy—gunning down a favorite teacher in May of 1978 proved to be too much for Susie Davis. As a result, she developed irrational routines like hiding in… Continue reading Unafraid (review)
Today we Canadians celebrate Canada's 147th birthday! I love Canada and am proud to be Canadian. However, some things in our culture cause me concern. The rise of political correctness and the marginalization of people who hold to traditional Judeo-Christian beliefs is one. In our Sunday church service we spent some time commemorating Canada. A… Continue reading Happy Birthday Canada!
Persecuted: I Will Not Be Silent by Robin Parrish My rating: 4 of 5 stars “Freedom is fragile and costly. It must be constantly protected and defended by work and by faith … and by blood” (Kindle Location 103). Rev. John Luther knows these words, uttered during a TV interview, could get him into trouble—especially… Continue reading Persecuted (review)