I asked a question about the idea of knowing ourselves in last Monday’s post. What if it is the most unselfish work we do? I propose that it is the most unselfish and important work we can do based on what Jesus said in Mark 12:30-31. We love God and others as well as we…Read More
More and more pastors and Christian leaders are acknowledging that spiritual abuse is happening in their own churches, denominations, organizations, and church planting networks. Michael J. Kruger, President of Reformed Theological Seminary is writing a series on spiritual abuse on his blog. He named the series well: Bully Pulpit. In his post dated February 15,…Read More
What if knowing ourselves is the most unselfish work we can do? Stay with me. I know this is especially difficult to think about as Christians who heard over and over again that we are to deny ourselves (Luke 9:23) and that are hearts are deceitful above all things (Jeremiah 17:9). Should we take two…Read More
I can’t write about The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth by Beth Allison Barr without telling part of my story. I don’t remember a time when I didn’t know the name of Jesus. My family and I attended a Baptist church off and on until I was around…Read More
When my friend, Monica Yother, built this site, each element of it, the way the homepage was laid out, the font and colors, and the photos she used, meant something to me. They still do. One of my favorites was the footer photo which she called living waters. The photo was a body of water…Read More
Hello, I’m Marie.
I’m wholeheartedly devoted to learning how to live like it matters and passionate about encouraging others to do the same.
This is where we can learn together.