A worldview is a set of ideas, values, and presuppositions. It’s like putting on a pair of sunglasses that color how you view life, people, and ideas. People collect little pieces of their worldview through parents, school, movies, and friends. A Christian worldview is based on the Bible. Let’s look at the Christian worldview.
As I glanced over at my garden this morning, something caught my eye. I could see what appeared to be a flower blooming next to the arbor. I thought for certain I was mistaken, since I had not planted anything in that spot this year or last year. I went over to investigate. To
As Moms, we, like all Christians around the world, are called to make disciples. 18 And Jesus came up and spoke to them, saying, ‘All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. 19 Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father
I was just reading in the Book of Mark, Chapter 2, this morning, where Jesus healed the man with palsy. Afterward, some people were murmuring and He poses the question to them: Which is harder; For a man to heal the body or to forgive sins? That really hit me. In our world, we
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard parents say, “They’re siblings; they’re supposed to fight.” This statement is not true! God commands us to love one another. Siblings are not exempt from this commandment. As a matter of fact, I believe we should treat our family members with even more love and
In closing our case study on the life of Moses, one final analysis remains: what was the impact of his life on history, and how are we to remember him? As you can probably guess, the Bible gives us a pattern for how we can accurately and truthfully judge the merits and follies of
The Life of Moses: Race and Pace in Storytelling Not only does scriptural history teach us about the hearts of the men and women God used to make history, it also employs a mechanism known to storytellers as race and pace. Race and pace is the rhythm of a story. For example, in the
After acquainting us with Moses’ world, he makes his debut on the scriptural pages. As our man takes the stage, the Bible utilizes several storytelling mechanisms that set it apart from traditional methods of teaching history. Tell me the story or tell me the facts Getting barebone facts of history is not a problem