1. As we discuss ways that prosperity gospel sneaks into the family, we decided to start off by looking at the book of Proverbs, as these are often the verses that are cherry picked and often used to take prosperity gospel ideas in regard to the family.
  2. The gospel tells me that the revelation of weakness in myself, my husband, and my son is the occasion for the revelation of God’s strength.
  3. The list of things our kids need to know when they leave the house is much simpler than we might believe.
  4. In this episode, Gretchen and Katie talk about all the projects they have in the works. From speaking engagements, a book on patience, a book on motherhood, and perhaps a children's book?
  5. This article comes to us from 1517 guest contributor, Karen Stenberg.
  6. We all know what I think (maybe) Rachel knows: Celebrating ourselves isn’t enough. It won’t ever be enough.
  7. Life will not go as planned nor as we would hope, but "God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us."
  8. The scope of catechesis from the Reformation was broad and included not only instruction at church but in the home and in schools.
  9. Sometimes I think I've gone through the whole forgiveness process, but forgiveness for me often feels like I'm weeding my garden. I forgive and another offense pops up.
  10. They cannot know that I am already a father, but, this side of eternity, I won’t ever meet my child because of a miscarriage.
  11. We tell the little story of the Gospel because our great stories ultimately reflect Christ.

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