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yolande-barial's picture
Aug.09.2012
At bible study last week we read 1 Corinthians 1:10-2:1-16 and our focused topic was the need for unity. In this section it talks about the fact that as Christians and in Corinth back in the day, there was quite a bit of quarreling and Paul was calling the people to task for being so ugly. He says...
christopher-cudworth's picture
Jul.24.2012
This RedRoom blog post is copied from The Genesis Fix site of Christopher Cudworth Vacation Bible School is a tradition of Christian churches across America. The week dedicated to bringing youth to church for fellowship, learning and fun is a rite of summer. Organizers put hundreds of hours into...
yolande-barial's picture
May.31.2012
At bible study some weeks ago we studied Romans 14. When I first read this by myself I thought it meant to not judge people that are weak. Weak meaning in HIS word. As soon as the class began I realized that I was wrong. This scripture is talking about how our actions can effect someone else and...
suellen-ocean's picture
May.14.2012
Also known in the New Testament as Elias, Elijah was an ancient prophet whose life and character is depicted in the Bible. Elijah spent many of his days at Mount Carmel and due to his hermitage nature; the Greek Church refers to Elijah as their Patron Saint of the Mountains. Mount Carmel (in Israel...
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Apr.12.2012
Is your surname Wroten, Rothen, Roten, Rotin, Roden or any of the many versions of that sounding name? "Rotenu", is the name the Egyptians gave to the tribes living near the Dead Sea, who were the children of Lot "Lotan". Lot was the nephew of Abraham. In the bible, in the "Book of Numbers", there...
susan-sonnen's picture
Mar.14.2012
  I am writing an article for Yahoo! Voices about Easter. The assignment is to present Bible verses regarding the holiday. This is an interesting assignment for me as I have, over the past three years, turned from Christian fundamentalism to more of a pagan faith. Still, I am finding that the...
timothy-carstensen's picture
Feb.06.2012
The battle has long been fought for recognition of traditional marriage types. Certainly, several exclusive examples in history stand out, where people in authority have had same-sex relationships, and there have been various places and events where same-sex relations were allowed, but as time goes...
suellen-ocean's picture
Jan.24.2012
It's the Old Testament. Before it was the OT, it was the Old Covenant. The covenant existed between God and the children of Israel. It is a treaty between these two. Then later, the Christians created a new "treaty" which we know of as the New Testament.   Suellen Ocean is the author of The...
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Jan.11.2012
This book is about every day kids growing up in a an age where power, material wealth, and “good looks,” are outranking love, friendships, and self respect. Aspen, Noah, Jahan, Roman, and Kenya are hurled into phenomenal adventures with friends and fiends in the world of the unseen. They also...
yolande-barial's picture
Jan.10.2012
Today I took the day off.   I stayed home and refreshed. Seems like lately I have begun to need it more. My daughter told me; as I was laying on the bed with my book, my bible and a pen in my hand, that I looked old and that I had been acting weird. Out of the mouths of babe. I asked her...