Meeting a Mate and Marrying

Meeting a Mate and Marrying

There are many concerns that Christian parents have about their children.  Their physical health and well-being is paramount (I Tim. 5:8).  Their mental and social developments are very important (Luke 2:52).  But the spiritual well-being of the children should be of...

Producing Honor Students

One of our members gave me a copy of an eighth-grade final exam given in Salina, Kansas in 1895. The test covered grammar, arithmetic, U.S. History, orthography, and geography. Here are a few questions from the grammar section of the exam: • Give nine rules for the...

“The Apple Usually Does Not Fall Far From the Tree.”

I think that most people in this country have heard the expression, “The apple usually does not fall far from the tree.”  When thinking about this from the immediate perspective, this is true.  Any who has had experience in collecting apples from an apple tree knows...

Mothers

Mother—it is considered one of the most beautiful words in the English language.  The beauty extends to the experience itself.  God speaks to us about this amazing position in His Word.  Let’s consider some of the Bible’s mothers: How can you be like...

Mothers on the Battlefield

We expect men to be tough when the situation calls for it, but women have to be tough in their own way. Eve struggled with the shame of her sin and the sorrow she felt when one of her sons murdered the other (Genesis 3-4). Rebekah carried a load of grief because of...

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