What a mighty assurance we have from Proverbs 18:10: “The name of the Lord is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and are safe.” Yet, even in this comfort, I have struggled with the thought of wanting to run away from new situations even when God has clearly called me out and into
Living in seminary world, first as the wife of a seminary student and now as a student, has in many ways shaped how I view my life and being in the world. Because SEBTS is the “Great Commission seminary,” I can easily get caught up in the idea that the most important moments in life
“In this life you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” John 16:33 Figuratively speaking, no one raises their hand and says, “Pick me! I want to go through a hardship.” Why would they? Trials, hardships and storms are HARD. They often challenge and try us beyond what we think we can endure.
Busy schedules plague all of us. Between school, homework, tests, kids, spouses, family, and all the rest it is easy to get so caught up in the work of today that we forget how our circumstances today may be the very thing that connects us to someone else tomorrow. Perhaps you have sung the song
**This blog was originally posted on the Women’s Life blog May 5, 2016. In a blog post by Benjamin Corey, he explains that the Greek term that is often translated into hospitality combines two concepts. The first is pronounced Philao and it is the word for a type of brotherly love or to love like