What happens when our sense of plans and purpose don’t seem to be where God is headed?
Jim takes us through Psalms 120-122 as we continue our one year journey through these songs praising God and applying His truth to our lives.
The Choices are Great -- and Clearer than Before
I know a lot of people get confused about which iPad they need to buy for what they want to do. This guide is my stab at helping to sort out the options and what might be right for you.
God saves His people and prepares them for something big for His Kingdom.
Jim and I continue our exploration of Psalm 119 this week by turning to the last third of it — and doing so live at Faithtoberfest!
How can our lives, as insignificant as they seem, have purpose?
In our second of three weeks exploring Psalm 119, Melanie takes us through through verses 57-104. Please join us as we continue to explore the longest of the Psalms!
People know I love Apple, but not everything is wonderful dwelling in the realms created by Cupertino. Here’s my adventures in dealing with the aftermath of fraud on Apple Card:
By now most of us know the unpleasant drill. The credit card company calls or texts you and says there appears to be an unauthorized purchase. Somehow, that happened (near as I can tell, merely coincidentally) on three different accounts for me within a week in July. One has turned into a continuing pain months later: Apple Card. Some of this is a fault of the card, but the greater fault lies in a weak bit of design in Apple’s platforms I otherwise love.
Last week we explored how things were good in the Beginning. But, just because they were good, why should we think there is good ahead for us?
The Psalminizers — Jason, Melanie, Jim and I —go through an introduction to Psalm 119 as we reach the longest of the Psalms. We’ll begin to read it this week and then continue to explore it for the next several weeks.