I take the girls, and we have a “Ladies Theological Society Meeting” -complete with Bible Study, prayer, and chocolate. And, my husband takes the boys to another room in the house, and does “Men for the Lord.” (Which, by the way, was quite an undertaking for those years when some of Dan’s ‘mighty men’ were still in feety-pajamas and needed to be in bed by 8:00 PM).
Saw this movie- Ragamuffin- recently. It is about the life of Rich Mullins. I loved it. Now, I am not a huge movie person- but I love music. So a movie about Rich Mullins, one of my favorite Christian artists, entertained me- and it moved me. I never knew how he suffered emotionally and relationally... Continue Reading →
Not long ago, I began reading The Well-Educated Mind: A Guide to the Classical Education You Never Had by Susan Wise Bauer. In the first chapter of the book, she discusses the importance of keeping a record of self-education- of writing down important ideas, truths, thoughts, or anything else that the self-educating person may want to remember. She... Continue Reading →
It has been a while since I posted anything from Wretched. The other day I came across the "Arrogance Test," administered by Todd Friel. I found it to be wonderfully convicting, yet slightly entertaining in a Todd Friel-ish-edgy-sin-exposing sort of way (if you know what I mean). As for me, I'm glad I spent three minutes... Continue Reading →
Shortly after Wilberforce's conversion to Christ, he felt the call of God on his life. He believed that the Lord was calling him to lead England in social reform- chiefly by ending the British involvement with the slave trade. To this end, he invested over thirty years of his life, and in so doing, became one of the... Continue Reading →
Jonathan Edwards' Resolution #6 is the perfect thought for a Monday morning. Resolved, to live with all my might, while I do live.