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13 Posters to Celebrate Reformation Day– Many Christians try to celebrate the day Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door, marking the symbolic beginning of the Reformation. I say “try” because that day just happens to be October 31 and the excess of candy and costumes make Halloween a cultural juggernaut. But regardless, if you want to celebrate the upcoming Reformation Day, here are 13 posters to help you party like it’s 1517.
7 Ways Women Can Grow in Studying and Teaching Scripture Without Seminary– I haven’t been to seminary or received any formal theological training. I’m grateful for all God has taught me over the years through the ministry of the Word on Sunday mornings and in Bible studies in my church, but I often feel inadequate to teach the Bible to others.
30 Happy Meal Toys That Every ‘80s and ‘90s McKid Wanted– Did you have any of these? By the time all of these came along I was too old for Happy Meals. (Goodness, I’m old enough to remember McDonald’s before there were Happy Meals!) I think my kids had some of these, though.
Hoo Ba Ba Kanda– This is…well, you just have to watch.
26 Pictures Will Make You Re-Evaluate Your Entire Existence– It’s beyond me how people can look at pictures like this and still say it all just happened by accident and that there’s no God.
What is Prayer Walking? Is it Biblical?– While we may feel we need to be close to a location or situation to pray more clearly, our heavenly Father, who is everywhere at all times, knows exactly what needs are present and will respond to them in His own perfect will and timing.
Reading The Message In Church– The Message is obviously not a Bible translation, or even a terribly good paraphrase. Rather than allowing the Bible to expand his understanding, Peterson has often contracted the Bible to fit his own ideas, omitting those bits that he cannot fit, and adding his own material in far too many places.