Kathie’s Roman Digs (Week 28-Romans 14)

Some day each one of us is going to sit before the judgement seat of God, so “tend to your own knitting,” as Eugene Peterson translates it in The Message. Are you more concerned with what kind or color of yarn your neighbor is using? Would you rather knot threads together into one unit with… Read More

Dig into Romans with Me (Week 28-Romans 14)

What picture do we as Christians and church members show to the world? Finger pointing or welcome wagon? Accept other believers who are weak in faith, and don’t argue with them about what they think is right or wrong. 2 For instance, one person believes it’s all right to eat anything. But another believer with a sensitive… Read More

Kathie’s Roman Digs (Week 10-Romans 2:17-29)

Can people tell what you believe about God from the way you live your life? Do those that watch you wonder what it is that makes you different from the world? These were the kinds of questions Paul asked the Roman Christians in this letter? Not one to skirt around a touchy subject, Paul jumps… Read More

Make Stress Your Friend and It Helps You Be Healthy

Health psychologist Kelly cGonigal confesses she has been teaching that stress is harmful to your health for 10 years, BUT SHE WAS WRONG. People are dying, not from stress, but in believing that stress is bad for you.  The science says that changing the way you think about stress can make you healthier. What if… Read More