Rereading Scripture – mutual ground for multi-generational-sensitive Bible reading

Here are some more thoughts (a follow up from previous post) on rereading Scripture from a contextually sensitive interpretation: ________________________________ The practice of hermeneutics is one that needs to be carefully treaded upon, but one that must be consulted if we are to read the Bible for the sake of our children as Nolan Fewell … Continue reading Rereading Scripture – mutual ground for multi-generational-sensitive Bible reading

Compassion International-Sponsor a Child this Easter

Why not consider sponsoring a child with Compassion International? Our family just did. It's a great way to give during Easter and all year long. Compassion is a great organization that really cares for children. It's a great way to get the whole family involved in caring for children caught up in poverty. Click on … Continue reading Compassion International-Sponsor a Child this Easter

Church, Childhood and Slumdog Millionaire

I am still reflecting on the movie Slumdog Millionaire that I mentioned a few posts back. While the movie did not focus on care of children coming from at risk situations, the news following the movie has. Who is in the best position to care for children on the street and living in high risk … Continue reading Church, Childhood and Slumdog Millionaire