"Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of the time, because the days are evil."Ephesians 5.14-15 In 2019, our family spent a lovely week exploring Arches National Park. We decided to visit the famous "Delicate Arch" (ubiquitously seen on most Utah license plates). While the hike was not… Continue reading Walking in Wisdom: January 2022 Scripture Writing Plan
Hidden in My Heart: May 2021 Scripture Writing Plan
“Your word I have hidden in my heart, That I might not sin against You.”Psalms 119:11 NKJV What sort of things do you try to protect? How do you protect them? How do you know they are valuable to you? Because there is such easy access to the Bible in America, I wonder if there… Continue reading Hidden in My Heart: May 2021 Scripture Writing Plan
Bible Review: Halley’s Study Bible, NIV
Study Bibles can be immensely helpful whether you are unfamiliar with the Bible or have been studying for decades. The Halley's Study Bible incorporates the work of Henry H. Halley, author of Halley's Bible Handbook, with full-color maps, colorful photos of related archeological finds, verse-by-verse study notes, and a concordance.
Bible Review: NIV Artisan Collection Bible for Girls
Journaling Bibles have grown in popularity. In recent years, some have chosen to add artwork to their Bibles as part of their meditation on the word. The NIV Artisan Collection seeks to enhance this with its own stylishly designed exterior and wide-margin interior. If you've been seeking a journaling Bible for a daughter, granddaughter, or Bible class student, here are some pros and cons to consider...
At-Home Devotionals With Children
"What devotional do you use with your children?" I cannot count the number of times I have seen this question posed within various social media groups. Typically, the questioner wants an app, curriculum, or book. If I ever find one I like, I'll be sure to share it with all of you... When my children were… Continue reading At-Home Devotionals With Children
Book Review: The Illustrated NIRV Holy Bible for Kids
Teaching the Bible to kids can be a challenge, as is finding books and Bibles suitable for your children's level of learning. The Illustrated NIRV Holy Bible for Kids works to remedy this challenge by creating a more kid friendly format. The recommended age range for children is 4-8 years old. The binding is a… Continue reading Book Review: The Illustrated NIRV Holy Bible for Kids
The Beauty of God’s Word: July 2019 Scripture Writing Plan
Psalm 119 centers on God's word---it's beauty, power, value, quality---and it will be our focus in this month's scripture writing. Because we love God, we treasure the words He has inspired and preserved for our benefit. The creation declares His glory, wisdom, and majesty, but His word gives us insight into His plan for mankind, His righteous nature, and His steadfast love for us.
What is the Greatest Challenge Facing Christians Today?
When I entered college in 1999, many were under the impression that evolutionary theory and, of course, the obvious problem of peer pressure, had the greatest faith-wrecking potential.
We were wrong.
What is the greatest challenge facing Christians?
Rest, Refuge, and Peace: Scripture Writing Plan April 2019
As I was visiting with a friend yesterday afternoon, we started talking vacations. Since having kids, I have felt as though vacations are more work than they are relaxing. More than once, I would have preferred to stay home so I could actually rest. Have you ever felt the same? While we live on this earth, work… Continue reading Rest, Refuge, and Peace: Scripture Writing Plan April 2019
Learning About Pre-Modern Bibles
During my college years, I was blessed to worship and work with an amazing group of Christians. Our preacher loved to learn and teach. Because of that congregation, I didn't just get a college education, I also received a very thorough Bible education! I asked our preacher for information about the origins of the Bible… Continue reading Learning About Pre-Modern Bibles