Walk, Worship, & Service

If you’re new to this blog series, please read this first. This week I’m reviewing the book of Leviticus. It’s now been three months since Moses and his people fled Egypt. They’re still hanging out around the base of Mt. Sinai. According to the study guide I’m using, Leviticus is a recording of how God’s people were to worship Him. […]

Midweek Musings

The last week and a half has been filled with one eye-opening experience after another. And here they all are! Smushed into one blog post in no particular order. via GIPHY Girl Scout cookies arrived on February 2nd. via GIPHY Since my 6-year-old is in a troop, my husband and I went a little nuts supporting her. In total, we […]

Adios Egypt!

via GIPHY Fun facts about Exodus! At the time of Moses’ birth, the pyramids of Giza were 1,000 years old The book of Exodus spans 81 years Moses is Jacob’s great grandson (I think. He’s definitely a descendant of Jacob.) And now we begin with The Burning Bush via GIPHY   One day Moses was moseying along when he saw […]

What about the dishes?

I have a confession. I’m in a Bible club. That’s not the confession. The confession is that I’m very confused. via GIPHY In Bible club we’re studying the Sabbath. I’m sure everyone reading this is familiar with the concept of the Sabbath. It’s where you spend one day of the week, traditionally a Sunday, resting to honor God and to […]

Genesis & The Generation Gap – Part 2

 The Tower of Babel Many, many, many, many, many, many years later descendants of Noah settled somewhere….I’m not sure where. They decided they were going to build a tower that would allow them to bypass God and go straight to Heaven. Not sure why they thought that was going to work but it makes for an interesting story. God saw […]

The 100th Day of School

I write letters to Ellen DeGeneres. No particular reason. Just because I can.   Dear Ellen,   Last week my kids celebrated their 100th day of school. You know what that means? That means there are less than 80 days left of school before summer. via GIPHY The 100th day of school fell on a Tuesday which was the first […]

Genesis and the Generation Gap

If you’re new to this series, please read this first. Earlier this week I finished reading Genesis. One book down. 65 to go. As I mentioned in Blogging the Bible, I’m using this book for the study guide.   As a writer, I’m very big on citing my sources. The last thing I’d ever want is to be accused of […]

The Insurance Claim

I write letters to Ellen DeGeneres. No particular reason. Just because I can. Dear Ellen, Earlier this month, we celebrated the loss of the six-year-old’s first tooth. The tooth had been loose for a while and was really bothering her. My husband gave her an apple to eat and out it came. There was a small amount of drama associated […]

Blogging the Bible

I have no idea where to begin. Guess that means I’ll start at the beginning.     via GIPHY  My Not-So-Great Childhood Experience with Christianity  I was born and raised Lutheran. I lived most of my childhood in Ohio. Keeping the tradition of our faith, my mother enrolled my sister and I in a youth group in a small Lutheran […]