For the first time in my educational career, this year I have been responsible for teaching my students Bible. Unfortunately I don’t have a Bible curriculum, but I do have a bilingual Jesus Storybook Bible and a random Bible activity book that have been doing us just fine. For the most part I have been … Continue reading The Easter Story (as told by a First Grade Teacher)
Happy Easter! Happy Resurrection Day! He did it! It is finished! Hallelujah. Did anyone else cry through the Easter program this morning at church? Geeze, what a story. During the program at IBEM (Iglesia Bautista Evangelica de Macoris) one church member performed a monologue as the woman caught in adultery (John 8:2-11). She talked about … Continue reading Easter: The good stuff
My pastor is preaching a series on David. My pastor sounds so possessive. The pastor of our church is preaching a series on David. There we go. Our pastor is preaching a series on David and this morning he preached prought on having a clean conscience. Which I thought was interesting in a series on David … Continue reading Here’s the thing about a clean conscience
Last week I read this article by Jen Hatmaker. It's called "Where I Stand" and in it Jen offers her personal convictions and stance on homosexuality. You know, because of the whole World Vision thing, which is a-whole-nother discussion I have decided not to enter except to say that Jesus spoke about loving the poor and orphaned more than … Continue reading Here’s the thing about choosing Jesus
This week Nicole and I reinstated Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, Daystar hosted a group of really cool women, I started a new writing project, we had an assembly about electricity at school, and I celebrated Valentines Day with all the single ladies. Articles/blog posts: 20 Things People Over 20 Should Stop Doing at Jarrid Wilson … Continue reading Check this out!
And with him they crucified two robbers, one on his right and one on his left. And those who passed by derided him, wagging their heads and saying, "Aha! You would would destroy the temple and rebuild it in three days, save yourself and come down from the cross!" So also the chief priests with … Continue reading i am grateful (for the cross).
*Disclaimer: Obviously I sin. Obviously. I have also done some judging in my day. In expressing how badly it sucks to be judged I am not calling myself innocent. We can't cover it all in one blog post, but here's me acknowledging that I mess up big time (daily) and we can talk about that … Continue reading The Worst Thing