Being a woman with the spiritual gifts of teaching and leadership, when the Lord called me into ministry I ran into Christian leaders who believed the Bible confined women to the nursery or the kitchen. Worse, as a counselor, I met women whose pastors stood behind their abusive husbands. Such misunderstanding and misinterpretation of Scripture has harmed many in the body of Christ, and not just women. Continue Reading
During the holiday season I enjoy curling up with a good Christmas book. Lisa Carter’s books never disappoint. I asked Lisa to introduce her new book A Safe Place for Christmas. Lisa, thank you for joining us.
Thank you, Debbie, for hosting me today. It is always a pleasure to be with you and your readers.
Do you have a special book or movie you like to pull out during the Christmas season? I’m delighted to introduce you to one of my favorite romantic suspense authors, fellow North Carolinian, Lisa Carter. Today she introduces her new Christmas romance. Now, here’s Lisa.
Thank you so much, Debbie, for hosting me and The Christmas Bargain today. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in fictional Truelove, North Carolina. Let the Christmas fun begin . . .
Many people like to read Christmas-themed books all year long. Others prefer to save them until the holiday season, and then treat themselves with a Christmas book reward. When I’m feeling blue or need encouragement, heart-warming, feel-good Christmas stories uplift, inspire and point me back to God’s greatest gift—His Son, my Savior, Jesus Christ.
Have you ever wondered why the Bible refers to the lowly raven in several places? Today, AWSA sister Kathy Collar Miller and her husband Larry offer some insight on this from their new devotional God’s Intriguing Questions. Don’t miss the chance to win your own copy by commenting after the blog. Now here are the Miller’s.
Who provides for the raven its prey?” Job 38:41
By Kathy Collard Miller and Larry Miller
As God continues his questioning of Job to bring him to the end of himself, God points out the animals he has made, indicating his sustaining nature.
One example is the raven God uses as a visual aid in Job 38:41. God asks Job, “Who provides for the raven its prey, when its young ones cry to God for help, and wander about for lack of food?”Continue Reading