We’re “knit together in love” in a very dysfunctional way, like that Weezer song, Undone: If you want to destroy my sweater, Hold this thread as I walk away…
This Costco worker sings while he works. He sings about how warm and fresh the Costco bakery bread is, sings about how the butter is melty and delicious, sings about how he loves working at Costco, and sings about how he hopes you enjoy your day. Without fail, those within earshot smile.
Is God as Pro-Life as Christian, faith-based Pro-Life organizations? This is a question introduced in two previous blog posts, A Letter to Pro-Life Crisis Center Director and Good News at Life’s Choices. Let’s begin by defining terms. What is faith? In the book of Hebrews (11:1, Berean Literal Translation) “faith” is defined as…
The irony in this story is that in finding the younger son, the father loses the older son.
Julie Ferwerda, author of Raising Hell, is ruffling some feathers and catching some heat on Facebook today for sharing this “Letter to Rejecting Christian Family Members,” with the intent of providing constructive words for people who are facing similar circumstances to copy/paste/edit/share as they see fit.
Since Google analytics shows a recent increase in traffic, I’m going to assume that you newbies might appreciate a sort of “what’s going on” at WhatGodDoes.
sheds some light on how God responds to people who don’t “choose” to believe (yet). It has everything to do with time, which has also been an ongoing discussion on this site.
We were going to hire a contractor, but have decided to try to tackle this project on our own, with a little help from some friends.
God really does have a sense of humor. The church meets close by, at Edgewater High School. Live band leads in modern songs and hymns. Bald, Harley-riding pastor. Free Krispy Kreme donuts and coffee. Sound familiar?
The internet may also be creating an entirely new way of communicating with one another in face-to-face conversations.