Ok, I’m not sure this qualifies as contributing to your spiritual growth, but a “merry heart” is a good thing (Prov. 15.13):
God taught me a big lesson about myself through little league. A couple of years ago, when my 4-year-old son was playing soccer, it didn’t take long for us to encounter a real, live, in the flesh, over-the-top father. READ MORE…
We’re starting what I anticipate to be an incredible journey through the Gospel of John. If you open a Bible to the start of this book, you will most likely see the words, “The Gospel of John” at the top of the first page. Gospel means “Good News.” For years, I had heard that the four gospels had these titles added much later, but there has been some recent research arguing strongly that the titles were added rather quickly after the Gospels were being circulated. John is the Author. Not John the Baptist, but one of the 12 disciples. He was the brother of James, the son of Zebedee, and a nephew of Mary the Mother of Jesus, making him and his brother first cousins of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Here is one organization’s presidential voter guide.
With commentary from John MacArthur:
Click HERE to see a touching video about the family of Georgia’s Head Football Coach, Mark Richt.