My dear husband is doing a half-marathon to give children a clean water source.
Many have to walk a mile or more to a water source that they share with animals. It’s more than just clean water to drink.
Due to the amount of time they have to spend, gathering water every day, clean water means that they can go to school. It means that they are less likely to be human trafficked or raped on their way to their water source.
Would you be willing to help? If so, click on the link below.
Beginning in March, we will be doing an in-depth study of the book of Ephesians. The study will be the church in Tacoma Washington on Thursday evenings. If you are interested in attending comment below and I’ll get you the information.
Here is a great article regarding why we shouldn’t just skip over biblical genealogies when we read the Bible. If we believe that all scripture is inspired by God and inerrant, then we have no excuse to skim over those parts that our human brains deem unimportant.
Nana Dolce writes this insightful piece on how what we study influences our children. Check it out!
I was watching a sermon this morning on Romans chapter 3 – one of my favorite books of the Bible – by a pastor I had never heard of before.
I was impressed by the way he could take concepts that we new Christians in the 21st century have difficulty understanding, and explaining not only what they are but why we have difficulty understanding them. He also without apology explains what the church is doing wrong in it’s explanation of the Gospel.
Paul Washer became a believer while studying at the University of Texas. After graduating, he moved to Peru and served there as a missionary for ten years, during which time he founded the HeartCry Missionary Society in order to support Peruvian church planters. HeartCry’s work now supports indigenous missionaries throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Eurasia, North America, and Latin America.
Paul now serves as one of the laborers with the HeartCry Missionary Society. He and his wife Charo have four children: Ian, Evan, Rowan, and Bronwyn
Here is the Roman 3 Video I watched this morning. I pray that it blesses you the way it has me.