In the month of September, we are reading through the book of Genesis. Nicole introduced us to the book and directed us to four theological themes present in the familiar stories we may be familiar with and will read this month – https://waysidewomen.com/2018/08/29/a-new-beginning/ God is Creator Sin and Its Implications for Creation God’s Unavoidable Judgment God’s … More Surrender Your Isaac
In last week’s blog post, Nicole introduced Genesis and directed our attention to four theological themes that unfold in this book. You can read it here – https://waysidewomen.com/2018/08/29/a-new-beginning/ God is Creator Sin and Its Implications For Creation God’s Unavoidable Judgment God’s Preserving Grace Let’s take a closer look at Genesis 2 this week. We could … More His Design & Purpose
The New Year, that first scoop of peanut butter, starting on the first page of a brand new book, the start of a brand new school year. Don’t we all just love beginnings? It feels so fresh, so full of hope, it’s a time where anything could happen and there is so much to look … More A New Beginning
This final chapter in Proverbs presents the virtuous woman and we need not be intimidated or run away from this impressive list of accomplishments. You may say, “But I’m a single woman – not married. I don’t have children.” These verses are for you as well. Why, you may ask? Because of the bottom line … More Who is the Proverbs 31 Woman?
Children are very entertaining. Their smiles, laughter, words, and silly faces bring delight to those who are watching. Recently we have seen numerous photos of two famous children—Prince George and Princess Charlotte—and the captions give hints about the words spoken or the meaning of their facial expressions. A few months ago, one photo of Princess … More Lips, Tongue, Words
My husband, Troy and I just recently received the greatest of all blessings this week: free cable. All joking aside, neither of us had experienced cable since childhood and with our apartment’s recent contract with Spectrum, we received a flashback to scheduled programming, hundreds of channel options (none of which have anything good on), and … More Looking for Wisdom?
Have you ever been on a treasure hunt? One summer when we were at the beach we used the theme “treasure hunting.” Not only did we hunt for shells by day and crabs by night and make cupcakes to look like a treasure map, but, we actually buried a box of treasure in the sand … More Treasure Hunting
Imagine this. God of the universe, who created the world and everything in it, asks you what you want. God is willing to give it to you. Anything you want. Hmmm. Would you ask for wealth and financial security in order to provide for your family and give to the needy? Maybe you have a … More What’s Your Choice?
“Remember my chains.” This is how the apostle Paul ends his letter to the church of Colossae. We are reminded a few other times in the text of Paul’s current imprisonment as he writes this heartfelt letter. However, it is in his last words to these people in which his circumstances really hit home. His … More Remember My Chains
Do you have a dear childhood friend you don’t see often? Or maybe a college friend you shared life with so closely there is still a deep bond between you? There are people who are fortunate to have friendships like these. Friends who, although we do not see each other often, we can instantly step in … More The Bond of Friendship