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The Pioneer Woman Is More Like Jesus Than You Might Think

By Kelli Hamann • April 07 2015

I’m not sure what finally changed in my mind, but a few years ago I started asking myself some questions, such as: “If Jesus is as uptight as everyone seems to think He is, then why was His first miracle to turn water into wine at a wedding (and this was after the guests had … Continue reading The Pioneer Woman Is More Like Jesus Than You Might Think →

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Flipping the View!

By Kelli Hamann • March 24 2015

Even with such limited access to the outside world, she hears the news spreading through her town that a unique man claiming to be God’s Son has arrived, and nothing has been the same since. He heals the sick, feeds the hungry, loves the unlovely, teaches about kindness, and cares for others like no one … Continue reading Flipping the View! →

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We Don’t Always Understand God, And That’s Okay. Saint Patrick Didn’t Either.

By Michael Harrell • March 16 2015

The eBible staff is made up of Baptists and Presbyterians, non-denominational, a Roman Catholic contributing writer, and this Lutheran; we worship in different churches with different practices; some of us recite a creed on Sunday mornings; some of us don’t. But here, in this place, we do have a shared creed: we believe this statement … Continue reading We Don’t Always Understand God, And That’s Okay. Saint Patrick Didn’t Either. →

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Rāmah’s Story: I have cancer. Cancer doesn’t have me.

By Kelli Hamann • March 15 2015

I don’t have to be strong; I don’t feel like I have to ‘act strong,’ because He gives me strength.

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Repurposed: No Longer Forgotten

By Kelli Hamann • March 12 2015

On an even deeper level, these stories speak to the part of us that understands our need for redemption. On our best days–those mornings when we wake up so happy that all day long we ooze love, grace, and kindness to everyone we meet, and people feel better about life because of how we treat … Continue reading Repurposed: No Longer Forgotten →

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Ring Around the Rosie: A Reflection on The Garden of Eden

By Michael Harrell • February 27 2015

Ashes, ashes, we all fall down. The end to a familiar sing-song nursery rhyme as we join our hands together and ring around the rosie. With some urban legends attributing its origins to the time of the bubonic plague, it is like many inherited fairytales much darker than our games make it. But why ashes? … Continue reading Ring Around the Rosie: A Reflection on The Garden of Eden →

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Who was Malchus: Why Names Matter

By John Thompson • February 26 2015

Then Simon Peter having a sword drew it, and smote the high priest’s servant, and cut off his right ear. The servant’s name was Malchus. Then said Jesus unto Peter, Put up thy sword into the scabbard: the cup which my Father hath given me, shall I not drink it? John 18:10-11 In the Gospel … Continue reading Who was Malchus: Why Names Matter →

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5 Bible Verses We All Need To Stop Misusing

By Michael Harrell • February 18 2015

The Bible is a powerful, life-giving book, full of wisdom and instruction. Unfortunately, a lot of the most popular verses don’t mean what you think they mean. In fact, they mean so much more.

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These 32 Pictures Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity. They Definitely Made My Day.

By Michael Harrell • February 18 2015

If you have a few minutes, these 32 pictures will restore your faith in humanity.

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Ten Ways to Study the Bible

By Michael Harrell • February 18 2015

There are so many easy ways to study the Bible. And I think I’m gonna take up one of these.

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