Knowledge Not Emotions: Seeking Truth

Beverly Schmidt July 23, 2021

The world is going through a time when truth itself is being challenged, considered subjective rather than fact, and where people allow emotions to override long-held wisdom and knowledge. How do we find the truth? Emotion over knowledge? “A fool gives full vent to his spirit, but a wise man …

What All Christians Can Learn from the Bereans

Beverly Schmidt July 19, 2021

The apostle Paul commended the Bereans in the Bible for their eagerness and open-minded examination of God’s word. Let’s take a quick look at who they were and what we can learn from their mindset and approach. The ancient Bereans The Bible mentions the Bereans in the seventeenth chapter of …

Healthy Goal-Setting for Christians

Beverly Schmidt July 9, 2021

Some Christians worry that goal setting is somehow “worldly,” but this only becomes problematic when such priorities make God and faith secondary in your life. Here is how to strike the perfect balance. What does goal-setting look like for a Christian? “Blessed are those who keep his testimonies, who seek …

Virgin Mary on a Cheese Sandwich? Separating Natural from Supernatural

Beverly Schmidt July 6, 2021

There are countless stories of supposed miraculous sightings of Jesus or the Virgin Mary on natural objects. But is this really the supernatural at work? How should we view this and what does the Bible say? Virgin Mary on a cheese sandwich, Jesus sightings, and other strange phenomena We hear …

Amazing Grace: It’s Amazing We Don’t Show More Grace to One Another

Beverly Schmidt June 28, 2021

One thing blatantly obvious in the current environment of cancel culture is an absence of grace, the one key thing that sets Christianity apart, and as we sing Amazing Grace, what’s truly amazing is that there isn’t more grace. What is biblical grace? “For by grace you have been saved …

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Knowledge Not Emotions: Seeking Truth
Beverly Schmidt July 23, 2021

Knowledge Not Emotions: Seeking Truth

The world is going through a time when truth itself is being challenged, considered subjective rather than fact, and where people allow emotions to override long-held wisdom and knowledge. How do we find the truth? Emotion over knowledge? “A fool gives full vent to his spirit, but a wise man …
What All Christians Can Learn from the Bereans
Beverly Schmidt July 19, 2021

What All Christians Can Learn from the Bereans

The apostle Paul commended the Bereans in the Bible for their eagerness and open-minded examination of God’s word. Let’s take a quick look at who they were and what we can learn from their mindset and approach. The ancient Bereans The Bible mentions the Bereans in the seventeenth chapter of …
In Praise of Godly Mothers
msmith May 7, 2021

In Praise of Godly Mothers

Once a year, we appreciate mothers on Mother’s Day, but we should be praising them year-round. Here are just a few of the ways to remember, honor, and feel gratitude for all those wonderful, godly mothers. Jesus, reiterating the fifth commandment found in Exodus 20:12, said: “Honor your father and mother,’ …

Knowledge Not Emotions: Seeking Truth

The world is going through a time when truth itself is being challenged, considered subjective rather than fact, and where people allow emotions to override long-held wisdom and knowledge. How do we find the truth? Emotion over knowledge? “A fool gives full vent to his spirit, but a wise man …