I don't know about you, but sometimes I just sit and ponder about things in scripture. Jeff has been preaching through the book of Hebrews for about 20 weeks. I've been learning so much about the old covenant and the new covenant. Yesterday evening I was thinking about how even after all the events surrounding … Continue reading Repairing The Temple Veil
Warning: Ahead are a few statistics. Read them. Don't skip ahead. 🙂 A recent article from the Christian Post had a lot to say about the disparity between those in America who claim Christianity and those who actually hold to a biblical worldview. According to the Barna Group, in America in 2021, 51% say that … Continue reading Belief vs. Saving Faith
This morning I have been studying for tonight's women's bible study. I've had my bible open in my comfortable dining room, worship music playing softly in the background. After a couple of hours or so I decided to take a break. So I got a cold bottled water and casually sat down in the living … Continue reading All I Have Is Christ: Remembering the Christians in Afghanistan
I am finally rejoining my Psalms study after some life interruptions forced me to take some time away from it. Today I will be discussing Psalms 7. I've discovered that the length of some of the Psalms will not be conducive to an exhaustive breakdown of the entire text. So I've decided that I will … Continue reading Psalms 7: A God of Righteous Justice
As a pastor's wife, I belong to several Facebook groups specifically for the wives of those in ministry. I would say that at least every few months a certain recurring topic shows up in the various feeds. The question asked of the fellow PW's goes something like this: "Do you have friendships within your church?" … Continue reading Can a Pastor’s Wife Have Friendships Within the Church?
Doctrinally sound Christian women teachers, bloggers, authors, podcasters, speakers, and influencersDoctrinally Sound Christian Women to Follow – 1 I Get a Mention in Michelle Lesley’s Blog:
"Refuse to be content with just the knowledge of God, but insist on experiencing His presence"- Kerri Weems. “Learning to host the Presence of God is the biggest challenge of the Christian life.”- Bill Johnson "Lord, help me to seek Your presence above everything else."- Joyce Meyer Seek His Presence. Experience His presence. Practice His presence. … Continue reading Is It Biblical: Seeking To Experience God’s Presence
As I typed out the title to this article I could instantly sense the eyerolls, sighs, and grumbles of "Ugh! Not more talk about Bethel Church! We are SO TIRED of the "judgy" complaining about their music!" While I have in the past given various words of warning on social media against Bethel Church, I … Continue reading The Blasphemy of Bethel
Psalms 6 is another Psalm of David. As I was reading this next chapter, I noticed David is still in the throes of lamenting. He has been lamenting for 6 chapters. He even seems to realize his anguish is ever ongoing. He asks God, "But You, O LORD- How long?" David even begs God to … Continue reading Psalms 6: O Lord, How Long?
I am completely humbled and honored to have been asked by Michelle Lesley to write a guest article for her blog page. It was published today. I hope you glean something from it.
If your theology pretty much matches up with mine (as outlined in my “Welcome” and “Statement of Faith” tabs in the blue menu bar at the top of this page) and you’d like to contribute a guest post, drop me ane-mail, and let’s chat about it.
The Importance of Knowing the Rules
by Robin Self
Most people who read my blogs probably know me best as being “the preacher’s wife”. But what they may not know is that for a lot of years I was another kind of wife.
I was an official’s wife.
Not “official” as in an important “government official” who rides in limousines and has “people”. But the kind who spends hundreds of hours a year in a minivan, eating gas station food, traveling to various sports complexes and gymnasiums, for very little money, in order to be yelled and cursed at by outraged fans.
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