Tag Archives: Egypt

God Has Big Plans for Little People

Jeremiah had a hard job, being a prophet in Israel when God was bringing the nation to judgment. Most of the political and religious leaders rejected him, and even when they heard something worth considering and brought it to King … Continue reading

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How to Stay Faithful When Someone Hijacks Your Ministry

People have been pleasure cruising the Nile for over a century: Sunshine, the swaying palms, day trips to ancient sites. Sounds lovely. An Egyptian excursion was not so lovely for the prophet Jeremiah, though. A Forced March in the Wrong … Continue reading

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Islamophobia Is Not In The Bible

When a person who attended seminary and now pastors a church writes an article advocating Islamophobia, my interest is piqued. Perhaps it’s a satire, I thought, or a thoughtful exploration of people-group phobias and how Christians can overcome them. It … Continue reading

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