I’m fairly certain I went to Seminary because God knew who my child would be. The questions that he asks day after day after day are astounding to me. This book helps. A lot.
I mean…it’s a dog story. We all know how the very best dog stories end. We know how they start. We know what happens.
Or do we?
If you are the woman in the household, your God-given task is to manage your household. And your household then becomes the city on the hill, the light to the dark world.
Let me say that again: no church is perfect. But there are churches that are biblical.
If you are shopping for a Bible for your elementary aged child, here are some reasons why this Bible is a good choice.
You will have a much better idea of why the church is behaving the way it is today after you trace its history through the councils.
I truly believe that if there is a women’s ministry director out there who is wanting to disciple instead of distract, train instead of treat, and edify and educate instead of entertain, this book will be monumentally helpful.
“When people are not satisfied with God’s Word (and by the way, there is a whole lot of Bible to study), nothing will satisfy them” (page 122).
In fact, while giving his talk entitled “Killing Me,” Mr. Heck said, “A Christian will not have ‘self-esteem’ in their vocabulary, because there is no self – only Christ.”
Beginning on January 1, I participated in Tim Challies’ Productivity Challenge. This involved reading his book Do More Better: A Practical Guide to Productivity. This was an easy-to-read book, but I gained the most out of the first and the last chapter. I am fairly organized. I already have systems in place that work for… Continue reading Book Review: Do More Better (Tim Challies)