(by Jessica K. Bunce) Waking up on wintery mornings to a wonderland of white have become a favorite of mine as of late. For the past two days, Louisville has awoken to a brilliant display of snow and ice that transforms the landscape into something out of a Christmas card. The snow hasn’t lasted long, … Continue reading Winter
“You don’t really know Jesus is all you need until Jesus is all you have.” -Keller There are often 4 kinds of people with 4 subsequent responses in times of suffering in life. The unbelieverThe saved, but untouchedThe saved, and bitterThe Christlike Do you identify with Christ in his sufferings or do you reject them? … Continue reading Commit to Christ in Your Suffering
I recently had the wonderful opportunity to converse with a man I sharply disagreed with; he is a Hindu from India. I will not share his name for the sake of his personal privacy, but we had a very enjoyable discussion that went on for over two hours. (Notable Observation: It IS possible to disagree … Continue reading γνῶσις
This week, I'd like to highlight one of my current textbooks. I'm in a personal evangelism class and I'm getting to re-read this short book. I am incredibly thankful for Pastor Greg for his clear writing and his ability to help readers understand what is and what is not the gospel. He highlights several ways … Continue reading What is the Gospel?
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Dr. Moore argues for gospel centrality in today's families. "For those of us in Christ...storms should be no surprise. They need not panic us, nor need they destroy us." (Page 3 of The Storm-Tossed Family) Winning the 2018 award for Book of the Year, Dr. Russell Moore has helped readers look into their family situation with … Continue reading The Storm-Tossed Family
"(To) have in or be able to bring to one's mind an awareness of (someone or something that one has seen, known, or experienced in the past)." -Dictionary Recuérdame is "Remember me" in Spanish. The animated character, Miguel, sings this song in the Disney/Pixar movie, Coco. In the movie, if you have forgotten to put … Continue reading Remember
Welcome to a new portion of Called To Words! This section will be for book reviews, articles, other blogs I read, etc. I want this to be informative and helpful, which I would love your help with! Please feel free to submit your own opinions on books, send and suggest books and articles for me … Continue reading Weekly Word
I suppose you could say that I have always had an inquisitive mind. It's the kind of mind that sought the hiding place of my Christmas presents when I was young; it's the kind of mind that would ask "Why?" about just about anything (and sometimes still do). Yet in my inquisitiveness, I have some … Continue reading Questions?
Pneumonia, predestination, perseverance and pumpernickel bread were a few suggestions I got from my friends (and I hope readers). 😉 I went with Patience for the reason that so many of us both desire it and despise it. I'm sure you've heard the old adage: "Don't pray for patience because then God will give you … Continue reading Patience