A couple of months ago, Beth Moore posted an open letter to "[our] Brothers In Christ", shedding light on her experiences as a woman in vocational ministry--particularly her experiences of misogyny and even discrimination. I encourage you to read it (link above). I have no doubt that each paragraph is painstakingly crafted; each word carefully... Continue Reading →
"If in our pursuit of greater theological knowledge God has gotten smaller, we've been deceived along the way." ~Beth Moore, Believing God
I started this blog a couple of years ago because I would go to a Bible study, or read a book or a devotional, and have some kind of interesting thought or even a revelation about God, or faith, or living as a Christian. I would go home to my empty house and want to... Continue Reading →
Tonight we kick off our 10 week study of Esther, ala Beth Moore. I am excited, because I think we'll have a fun and unique group. I'm also excited because this is, hands down, my favorite Old Testament book. Why? Not because our protagonist is a woman (although that is refresing). Esther is written without... Continue Reading →
"Satan loves isolation. He wants to draw the believer out of healthy relationshiops into isolated relationships and out of healthy practices into secretive, unhealthy practices. He purposefully woos us away from those who might openly recognize the seduction and call his hand on it. Let's beware of anything that separates us from godly people"