Archive for April, 2009

Spinach and Berry Salad

A simple and special salad.

Sarah: A woman of character, as brought to light in First Peter

So what can we learn from Sarah, as we consider her story through the lens of 1 Peter? […]

Sarah: A Woman Who Chose Trust

Let’s take a look at the opportunities for trust in Sarah’s life […]

Book review: The Shack

In January when I made my reading list for the year, I very eagerly included The Shack, by William P. Young. I’d heard quite an extreme variety of reviews on the book and all I knew was that it seemed everyone but me had read it– and I wanted to see what the stir was […]

Sarah: A Holy Woman

“Peter refers to Sarah (and others like her) as holy. What qualified them to be defined in such a way? Surprisingly, nothing very “supernatural”. No bizarre signs and wonders, no glowing halos hovering above their heads.” [more…]

Book review: The Screwtape Letters

In the month of March, my reading slowed down quite a bit as I have been feeling rather under-the-weather due to the expected arrival of our fifth child in October. Nonetheless, I managed to plug along and check three more books off my reading list (which has had to be altered as I go since […]

Good Friday

Alas! and did my Savior bleed,
And did my Sovereign die?
Would He devote that sacred head
For such a worm as I?

Easter Bunny Craft

I am far from a crafty sort of person. Put a pencil, paper, fabric, needles, glitter, popsicle sticks — anything — and I won’t know what to do with it. I’ve tried sewing and can’t do it. I’ve tried knitting and can’t do it. I’ve tried drawing and can’t do it. I’ve tried painting and […]

Naaman’s Maidservant — Pt. 4, Conclusion

The conclusion of our look at this young girl’s impact on her world is simple and profound!

Preparing for Easter

Easter is around the corner! The special Easter decorations are out, special storybooks are being read, and lunch is usually served on special pastel plates. (And as I share these things with Jameson and William, my heart cries out for their eyes to be opened from a young age, for their hearts to be captured […]