Is It Biblical: Seeking To Experience God’s Presence

"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

Guest Post: The Importance of Knowing the Rules

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.

Michelle Lesley

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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Psalms 5: God’s Justice on the Unrighteous -Our Story of Childhood Abuse and the Path to Healing.

I've been reading and pondering through this 5th chapter of the Psalms this week, knowing I would be writing on it soon, but unable to land on a way to approach it. I think because it is, so far, the most relatable to me of any of the Psalms I've covered. When I read this … Continue reading Psalms 5: God’s Justice on the Unrighteous -Our Story of Childhood Abuse and the Path to Healing.

“Should I let my child participate in a school field trip to a Buddhist temple?”

I am a member of several Christian social media groups. Some pages are for men and women, and some are just women's groups. I enjoy reading and getting encouragement in forums with ladies who are like-minded in faith. These are not the typical women's pages that promote fluff and talk about issues in the style … Continue reading “Should I let my child participate in a school field trip to a Buddhist temple?”

Bye-Bye Beth: What Beth Moore’s Split with the SBC Means

I am sharing Michelle Lesley’s well-laid out and astute analysis of the current and much-publicized Beth Moore situation. I appreciate Michelle’s faithfulness to speak biblical truth into our lives.

Michelle Lesley

It was the shot heard round the world online Christian neighborhood I hang out in. (I’m sure most of the actual world couldn’t care less.) On Tuesday, March 8 – in a hit piece from RNS (Religion News Service) that came thisclose to libeling everyone who has ever biblically called for her de-platforming – Beth Moore announced she had broken ties with the Southern Baptist Convention, and flounced out the door, smearing the institution that made her what she is on her way out. Classy.

What does this mean for Beth? For you? For Southern Baptist churches? For the SBC?

For Beth personally…

For Beth, personally, it means she no longer has to keep her church membership at a Southern Baptist church. A few months ago, when Beth mentioned that she was looking for a new church, I figured she was probably looking for something much less biblically restrictive than…

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