Today’s (local and global) economic climate, political climate, and even literal climate have many people worried. Instability in economy threaten people’s livelihood and standard of living. The local and global political climate has created a lot of tension among citizens all over the world. Even literal climate (Southern California drought and global warming) have people worried! It … More Are You as Happy as You Can Be?
I have terrible eyesight and along with that comes the lifestyle of eyeglasses and contacts. I know this may sound like a first world problem, but its interesting how much of a difference clarity of sight can alter the events of the day. In order to play sports I had to take the time to learn … More Keeping Your Spiritual Focus
One of the best methods of learning is through question and answer (socratic dialogue). It places the onus on the student to critically think through possible answers and content. In one sense it helps guarantee a thoughtful response and keeps the attention of the students. I do think this is a biblical method of learning … More A QnA with the Apostle Paul
This Watson Wednesday post is a bit different. A few years back, I had bought this book at a Shepherds Conference. I had just accepted the Gospel and had been interested in learning more about what expository preaching was. I picked up this book with the hopes that it would give me a solid definition … More WW: Jack Hughes and Word Pictures
Hello All! I missed last week’s 1 Thessalonians notes, but now they’re back (for the time being). The notes may take a break as I prepare to hit the eschatological section of the book. I’m thinking about doing a study through the biblical covenants to help set the historical framework for the events of 1 … More Studying 1 Thessalonians 4:1-12