Today is the Transfiguration of Our Lord, the last Sunday after Epiphany. The Gospel reading for today is Matthew 17:1-9. #tensecondsermon

Today is the Transfiguration of Our Lord, the last Sunday after Epiphany. The Gospel reading for today is Matthew 17:1-9. #tensecondsermon

The Good Shepherd - as per our Gospel readings for today and yesterday  - Lent Wk. IV - in fact, the fourth Sunday of Lent is called "Good Shepherd Sunday" because of the Gospel

The Good Shepherd - as per our Gospel readings for today and yesterday - Lent Wk. IV - in fact, the fourth Sunday of Lent is called "Good Shepherd Sunday" because of the Gospel

Children's Bible Reading Plan: Read through the Gospel of John in 6 weeks! Perfect for summer reading!

Children's Bible Reading Plan: Read through the Gospel of John in 6 weeks! Perfect for summer reading!

Why do Christians go to church on Sunday instead of Saturday, like Jesus did? What would Jesus do today? The "Road Back to the Sabbath" infographic examines intriguing Bible passages and Sabbath history to answer these questions and more. It's all designed to get you thinking more deeply about a Bible subject that you might just be taking for granted ...

Why do Christians go to church on Sunday instead of Saturday, like Jesus did? What would Jesus do today? The "Road Back to the Sabbath" infographic examines intriguing Bible passages and Sabbath history to answer these questions and more. It's all designed to get you thinking more deeply about a Bible subject that you might just be taking for granted ...

Of all the lessons which can be drawn from the Gospel reading for today, (Mark 5:21–43) perhaps, the most powerful one is the most direct: “Do not be afraid; just have faith.” The stark simplicity of Our Lord’s statement jolts us. When we are faced with difficulties, fear can be our typical reaction. Only faith can move us beyond that fear.  Our Holy Father Dominic by Lawrence OP, via Flickr

Of all the lessons which can be drawn from the Gospel reading for today, (Mark 5:21–43) perhaps, the most powerful one is the most direct: “Do not be afraid; just have faith.” The stark simplicity of Our Lord’s statement jolts us. When we are faced with difficulties, fear can be our typical reaction. Only faith can move us beyond that fear. Our Holy Father Dominic by Lawrence OP, via Flickr

Do you need some hand-holding when it comes to sharing the gospel? Maybe you want someone to walk beside you while stepping out into the uncomfortable? Here are 20 simple ways to share the gospel. These ideas are useful and practical. Why not  pick just ONE idea today to implement!

Do you need some hand-holding when it comes to sharing the gospel? Maybe you want someone to walk beside you while stepping out into the uncomfortable? Here are 20 simple ways to share the gospel. These ideas are useful and practical. Why not pick just ONE idea today to implement!

"10 to 10" challenge; turn off the computer (& checking things on the phone!) from 10:00 AM-10:00 PM to refocus time & attention on what really matters. (Going to adapt the time frame to my schedule & go for it!)

"10 to 10" challenge; turn off the computer (& checking things on the phone!) from 10:00 AM-10:00 PM to refocus time & attention on what really matters. (Going to adapt the time frame to my schedule & go for it!)

Jesus takes His closest friends up a mountain to pray, an action packed with meaning for Jews. Why? Gospel (Read Mt 17:1-9) The meaning of today’s Gospel reading is greatly enriched if we understand the context in which it appears, both within Matthew’s Gospel and the larger story of salvation history. Time spent on this …

Jesus takes His closest friends up a mountain to pray, an action packed with meaning for Jews. Why? Gospel (Read Mt 17:1-9) The meaning of today’s Gospel reading is greatly enriched if we understand the context in which it appears, both within Matthew’s Gospel and the larger story of salvation history. Time spent on this …

A worldwide Flood would create large amounts of sediment. This in turn would have trapped many creatures, killing them quickly, and enabling them to become fossilized. It is our contention, therefore, that the majority of the world’s fossils were formed during the Flood.

A worldwide Flood would create large amounts of sediment. This in turn would have trapped many creatures, killing them quickly, and enabling them to become fossilized. It is our contention, therefore, that the majority of the world’s fossils were formed during the Flood.

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