If you're looking for a new Bible, Lois Rodriguez's review of the new NKJV Study Bible is probably what you are looking for. Click here to read it. Lois Rodriguez is a blogger and reviewer at blessedmamabear.com where you'll find her sharing thoughts on intentional and practical parenting from the perspective of a foster and adoptive mom.
I love this short video about one woman's complete trust in her Lord to bring to life the dream He put in her heart. The key to success, I think, is realizing that the Holy Spirit will bring our Father's plans to fruition, not necessarily our own. The trick is to: Colossians 3:2 (NIV) 2 Set your... Continue Reading →
For those of you who don't know, I often share my thoughts on the Bible or life experiences on Instagram by means of posting mini-devotionals. To see them, look me up at: Christian.Creative.Nexus. Tonight, I read a great devotional by Francis Chan called Letters to the Church. Click here to read my comments and reflections... Continue Reading →
Not Living Up to the World’s Standards by Lela Markham What makes a Christian creative a Christian? I had to ask myself that question recently when someone with an axe to grind posted a review of one of my books that said, in essence, that I wasn’t a Christian because I don’t think the... Continue Reading →
In the first part of this series, we talked about our identity in Christ and how that relates to our gifts. When Jesus died on the cross, it was to buy us back from the curse of sin. When we chose to follow Him, we became God’s children and committed our lives to His service.... Continue Reading →
Why do we create? Do we create because we are inspired by an inherent urge to make something? Is it to scratch a creative itch that won’t go away until we put pen to paper or our fingers on a guitar’s strings? Why do we jerk awake in the middle of the night, wiping sleep... Continue Reading →
Tearing Down High-Places, by Lela Markham In the Bible, many a man and a few women stumbled over idols in their pursuit to follow God and there were times in Israel’s history when God sent prophets to the nation to warn them to tear down the high places of Canaanite worship. I believe that these... Continue Reading →