We are ending our four part #FoodFebruary series with Heat, the element of transformation. Some foods are cooked with low and slow heat to break down the meat’s tough fibers. Other foods are cooked quickly in high heat to brown them. Browning (heat working on the amino acids in proteins) and carmelization (the affects of … Continue reading HEAT
Believers throughout history have embraced suffering for Christ in joy for love of Him.
Paul mentions Lois once, but I think he did so intentionally to encourage Timothy as persecutions and peril faced the future of the church.
This is a cringeworthy saying and worthy of all expulsion that the Christian life is meant to be lived in community.
Olive Revised Version.
I walked a mile from my car and stood there for about 50 minutes, and by that time, my feet were hurting. Truthfully, if I'm disliking the pain in my feet after a 1 mile walk and a few minutes standing around, what makes me think I can run a marathon?
From my perusal of social media, I see that many American Christians have decided to wage war on a big, bad company that is trying to take Christ out of Christmas. Now, this company (I think we all the know the name, but it rhymes with Schmarbux) rakes in a gajillion dollars of Christians' money the … Continue reading Vessels of Honor