Looking back over Jeremiah he trusts God at what He said to him, even when the outcome of his own life was uncertain. As we are preparing to enter a New Year with all of its uncertainties, let’s look at a young teenage girl who put her trust in God when what’s about to happen to … Continue reading Trust The Unknown
Have you ever wonder what it was like for Mary to raise Jesus? How did she deal with the sibling rivalry? Jesus was the perfect child being raised in an imperfect family. "Mom, why doesn't Jesus ever get in trouble?" "You love him more than us!" "Jesus, can You just stop being the good child?" … Continue reading Raising The Perfect Child/Giveaway
This week we will look at Mary the Mother of Jesus. Was she really the saint that some make her out to be or did she have some flaws that only her firstborn Son could redeem? Don't miss an exciting announcement Tuesday!
Everyone saw Mary, the sister of Lazarus, as rebellious, stubborn, and bitter. Everyone except for Jesus. In all three times, we see Mary at the feet of Jesus. To Martha, Mary was a stubborn, rebellious brat that refused to help her get the meal ready by being lazy sitting at the feet of Jesus. The … Continue reading Little Sister Redeemed
Unless you are an only child or the youngest in the family, you can probably relate to Martha. Why is it the youngest sibling gets away with murder and you get caught with your hand in the cookie jar? Let's take a look at Mary the sister of Martha and Lazarus, and see how she … Continue reading Rebellious Little Sister
As we look at the Marys of Easter there are certain things that we will see in each of them that goes with them due to the name Mary. Mary in it's Hebrew form Mara means; stubborn, rebellious, defiant, and bitter. In her Facebook Live greeting to a group study about Mary, Andy Lee shares … Continue reading Reading Plan – Mary the Sister of Lazarus
Over the three weeks leading up to Easter, we will take a look at the three Marys who were involved, Mary Lazarus' sister, the mother of Jesus, a Mary Magdalene. In doing so we will have a different view of the story. Starting March 26th.