There is a praise chorus that proclaims and repeats, “Our God reigns.” In a materialistic world where even religion is overrun by disbelief, how does one person’s experience that God reigns become a compelling witness to others?
Education Must Be About Learning What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do
What is the truth my children must know? What and when do I tell them? How do I tell them?
I began writing this story in the year 2013. I returned from Hungary and Romania exactly 31 years ago when I was 31 years old. I have been telling Romania and Hungary stories frequently for half my life.
Every year on July 25, my birthday, Oswald Chambers, in his devotional classic, My Utmost for His Highest, hands out an annual dose of a foul-tasting medicine for the spirit. Am I so resistant to this painfully personal message that I need this annual reminder? Probably. Who isn’t?
Before It Is Too Late,
We Must Learn …
A video for Adults and Children Together
… sometimes they will ask us questions we are unprepared for, such as, “Is the forest around our home going to catch fire?” Are we prepared to tell the truth in a helpful, not overly frightening, way?
We boarded the bus early in the morning for an 11:00 A.M. service in Timisoara. I was preoccupied by our late-night visit to Titi and Ligia’s home. This encounter now had a never to be forgotten grip on my heart, despite the fact that there was no reasonable expectation of ever seeing them again.
The task of getting to know Jesus again, for the first time, is not difficult. It is a journey, so it takes quite awhile, but it is not complicated or strenuous. You can begin like this…
What do I tell the children? About how the world is changing, as in climate change. As in the perils they will face in their futures, like the depletion of resources such as topsoil?