Reformation 501: Breaking News

Reformation Day Fun >> Both with White Horse Inn Easter Eggs << Reformation News…Breaking Some monk has been seen nailing a paper to a church door. Get the 411 LIve on Channel 7 News. 2. Luther, the Blue Portal, & the Pea-Green Coat Guy by S. Nicole Bocek Join the time travel adventure, in this serial […]

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All Hallow’s Eve

10 Free Twilight Zone Lessons on Knowing Your Worldview Truth basedClick Here Halloween/Reformation Day is the perfect time to think deeply about WHAT IS TRUE, and how can we be sure about the foundations we rest our lives upon. Students of all ages will benefit from this huge packet of worksheets based on the popular […]

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Whatsoever You Doeth for the Least of These…

  A beautiful way of expounding on the verses in Matthew 25: And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, &c. —Astonishing dialogue this between the King, from the Throne of His glory, and His wondering people! “I was an hungered, and ye gave Me meat,” &c. —”Not we,” […]

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Hide in the Shadow of the Almighty

These are more verses related to the post Salem Witch Trials and the Hem of the Savior’s Garment Ex 19:4 You yourselves have seen what I did to the Egyptians, and how I bore you on eagles’ wings and brought you to myself. Dt 32:10–13 “He found him in a desert land, and in the howling […]

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The Hem of the Savior’s Garment

Chickens, Boaz and Tears: Three Things that will Save your Eternal Life. Have you ever seriously considered the verse, “Away from me, I never knew you!” ? The Lord Jesus uses this warning in to show that not everyone who thinks they are saved will actually be saved. But have you ever thought that MAYBE […]

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The Secret Filter of Suffering

Thus says the Lord: “Cursed is the man who trusts in man     and makes flesh his strength,     whose heart turns away from the Lord. He is like a shrub in the desert,     and shall not see any good come. He shall dwell in the parched places of the wilderness,     in an uninhabited salt land. “Blessed is the man who […]

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Isaiah 66 reveals Principles of the Prophets

It was in Isaiah that I first noted the repeated themes I’ve been showing here on my blog. The message God burdened Isaiah with was the same one every other prophet spoke, and the same message given by Christ and his apostles. The Principles of the Prophets are the themes of the Bible. Isaiah by […]

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Canva: A Fun Way to Assess Student Achievement

Projects and presentations ultimately assess student learning. There are many good resources out there for presentations in history. As I mentioned in 10 Elements for Teaching History, resources like Prezi and Youtube are fun and stimulating for students. The free design tool Canva provides another great resource for a classroom, not only for history projects, but […]

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“We are willing to suffer all external losses”

// A Declaration for the Sake of the Christian Faith, // | Chinese Churches face Persecution 2018 | The princes of the peoples gather     as the people of the God of Abraham. Psalm 47:9 The Ancient of Days has always had this plan. Peoples (from every nation) would become one people: the people of God. These […]

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Use the Rainbow, Please!

In the name of one thing, they hang a banner declaring the character of God, his BEAUTIFUL, AMAZING, PATIENT LOVE. The problem with society’s use of the Rainbow today is the ironic REAL DECLARATION they unknowingly make. If you fly the flag, you preach the Bible to all God’s faithful people. You are reminding us […]

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