First Grade Apologist


God Is Not Great by Christopher Hitchens.  The late, great village atheist, made a living mocking Christianity.  While I don’t have an ounce of an apologist in me, it is easy to see through the straw men Hitchens and others erect.   Sadly, when I listen to Hitchens’ debates, I […]

Visual Reminders

Karen Epp

Scripture has been provided as a book of Remembrance.  We read our Bibles to see God’s creation, to see God’s deliverance of the children of Israel, the rise and fall of the kings of Israel, the prophets, Daniel in the lion’s den, the fiery furnace, the coming of the Messiah […]

Birds Perching on Nests


“I will open my mouth in parables, I will announce what has lain hidden from the foundation of the world.”  Jesus (Matthew 13:31-35) If you have not noticed, God prefers the small and insignificant.    Instead of Rome, He chooses Bethlehem.  Instead of the learned Pharisees, He chooses a group of unschooled […]

One True God

Karen Epp

Exodus 31 – 32 God gives the Law.  Aaron makes a calf.  Moses breaks the tablets and God holds his anger. Moses spends days with God writing down The Law.  The Bible says that God gave the two tablets to Moses to take back down to the people and that […]

Understanding All Things


JESUS: “Do you understand all these things?”  They (DISCIPLES) answered, “Yes.”    Really? Maybe, King Solomon, BUT only on a very good day. Jesus described Himself as someone ‘greater than Solomon.”  How could unschooled men understand the font of all wisdom? Understanding parables are not for the faint of heart.  […]



My Ideal Church has more pull than Jerusalem had for the displaced Jew. Can you imagine a place where the magic from water, Can you imagine a place where the magic from water, fire, and oxygen are restored? How about going to a place where the new Israel receives manna […]

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