Over years of reading and studying the Bible, Rev. Margaret Minnicks has compiled a simplified way of understanding the Bible. Read and try her methods and you will also understand the Bible.
In the stories cited here, the children became illustrations in Jesus' lessons on five major Kingdom characteristics (mentioned in no particular order): humility, giving, prayer, inclusion and trust.
Ccarlstead via Flickr CC-BY 2.0 The Lord’s Prayer is one of the basic and fundamental prayers in Christianity and most children grow up knowing it. In some schools, it is taught in the elementary level. However, to a person who is new to the...
Many Christians use Psalm 46:10 as a type of contemplative prayer, but is this correct when considering the context? This verse can still be a comfort for Christians, but for the right reasons.
We know about the crowd that followed Jesus on Palm Sunday, but do you know that there were five different groups within that one big crowd?
There are those who call our Father God by 'Creator' rather than God or Father. Is this appropriate or irreverent?
The United States of America is currently committing egregious human rights violations in the name of national security. Such actions fly in the face of Biblical teachings. For a country that claims to be a Christian nation, it is imperative that we do better.
Barnabas’ giving shows his heart, as does Ananias and Sapphira’s. God loves a cheerful and humble giver.
The Book of Micah was written during a time of grievous sin and brutal warfare. Micah alternated between hope and despair for his people
There are so many little things in the Bible with big meanings. We would be wise to pay attention to them.
Most people love receiving blessings from God. Did you know God gives two kinds of blessings? Do you know what they are?
Faith is the final frontier of human exploration. Though it was not his purpose to do so, Gene Roddenberry and his subsequent Star Trek universe creators set in course what all Religions promise in some form, which is peace on Earth.