New Testament Reading Reflection Week 13
New Testament Reading Reflection Week 12
Written by: Jeremy Schultheiss
I used to think that salt gave flavor to whatever you put it on. Thanks to AP Chemistry in High School I learned that salt actually pulls flavor out of whatever you put it on. Salt helps things taste the way they were meant to taste.
New Testament Reading Reflection Week 11
Written by: Cole Beshore
How can such a small thing make a big impact? A single drop of dye can change the color of an entire pitcher of water. A single atom can cause a nuclear reaction. This week, in our reading, James reminds us that our words, though they often seem insignificant, can have a big impact!
New Testament Reading Reflection Week 1 0
Written by: Garrick Fieger
I love reading the New Testament. Especially the books that Paul wrote. I always feel like I am being talked to by someone who personally wrote me a letter. Instead, Paul was writing a sermon to preach some 2000 years ago. He says the things I need to hear the way I need to hear it, applicable to today.
Written by Elyssa Schultheiss
What does it look like to lovingly motivate one another in a performance-driven culture?
It’s easy to get swept up in the mindset that we need to be the best, perform the best, and earn the most. We are taught at a young age to adopt this mindset of constantly winning and achieving. But what do we do when this bleeds into our relationships with others? How to we switch our mindset from domination to loving motivation?