Recently, I’ve been having a recurring dream that I am going back to Asbury University as a graduate student. In the dreams, I am always rooming with one of two friends from my real Asbury days–incidentally both are named Sarah–in the regular undergrad dorms even though we are working on our master’s degrees. The weirdest aspect… Continue reading Restless Dreams
I shared this on Facebook yesterday, and it got a lot of likes. I thought perhaps I should preserve it on my blog and add a photo of the actual student work. My students had a memory verse quiz in Bible class on Monday. This is what one student wrote:
Tonight, I need Jesus. I feel the ache of longing, of needing to belong, of reaching out to connect with Someone in this universe, of yearning to be covered by the healing balm of God’s love and peace. I’ve always loved the poem, “A Noiseless Patient Spider,” by Walt Whitman. In it, the speaker captures… Continue reading Fix My Gaze
In my 7th grade Bible class, we are learning about worldview. Here are some of the questions we’ll raise and answer during this unit: What is worldview? What questions do all major worldviews answer? Where does a person’s worldview come from? What is my own worldview? What is a biblical worldview?
As Taylor says, “perception vs. reality.” Check it out:
Who Cares? – Justin Taylor.