Category: Discernment

Sometimes it’s good to look stupid


“And David danced before the Lord with all his might…As the ark of the Lord came into the city of David, Michal the daughter of Saul loked out of the window and saw King David leaping and dancing before the Lord, and she despised… Continue Reading “Sometimes it’s good to look stupid”

Not many of us should become teachers


My main ministry for my church is to teach children, 5 and 6 year olds. It is rare that I have to field a complicated question. But it has happened. After Sunday School that particular morning, my teaching partner said, “That’s how I know… Continue Reading “Not many of us should become teachers”

Jesus, a Man “Just like Us”


(This is the third of a series of posts inspired by my attending a Women of Faith conference). He spoke at length and with authority about relationships with men. As a counselor, he offered expert advice regarding the marks of healthy and unhealthy relationships.… Continue Reading “Jesus, a Man “Just like Us””

Follow-Up for “Becoming a Discerning Reader”


Last Friday I published a little something filled with questions. Later on I found the following items in my feed reader. Because they are pertinent to the discussion I started last Friday, I decided it would be good to post links to them here.… Continue Reading “Follow-Up for “Becoming a Discerning Reader””

Becoming a Discerning Reader


I just finished reading another chapter of Slave by John MacArthur. In it, he recounts the martyrdom of John Huss. Huss happened upon the writings of Wycliffe and they totally changed his life. I know it wasn’t Wycliffe alone that fortified Huss while he… Continue Reading “Becoming a Discerning Reader”

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