Scripture

How Scripture, stories and languages intersect

How Scripture, stories and languages intersect

“Hi, I’m trying to master your language, and one of the ways I’m learning is by telling stories. Could I tell you a two-minute story that I learned recently, and maybe you can suggest how I could tell it better?” My family lives in a country where the population is...
The power of Scripture in daily life

The power of Scripture in daily life

 Learn more About Voices Blogs  A friend told me about a conversation she had with her adult son. He never darkens the door of a church and resists the idea of church attendance any time she mentions it, but he amazed her with his knowledge of Scripture. Apparently,...
Microwaved salmon with peanut butter

Microwaved salmon with peanut butter

I typically do not like seafood. However, there was one instance when I thoroughly enjoyed eating something that was once a slimy, scaly, rubbery fish. While training at a hockey camp a couple years ago, a player’s father cooked salmon on his barbeque for everyone. I...
Five necessities of soul care

Five necessities of soul care

“Speed and efficiency” is a tagline that could easily be applied to North American culture. The faster, quicker, and more productive the better. However, certain things in life are better done slowly. Soul care is one. While God can change our hearts in an...
Bible Bowl national Wesleyan competition results

Bible Bowl national Wesleyan competition results

Wesleyan quizzers from across the nation gathered at Oklahoma Wesleyan University for the 2016 National Wesleyan Bible Bowl (WBB) Tournament this summer. Teams from seven Wesleyan churches participated in this year’s tournament from Oklahoma, Virginia,...
Lent: an invitation

Lent: an invitation

Read with us. Download the Lent reader. William Faulkner once wrote, “The salvation of the world is in man’s suffering.” Well, he was almost right. It’s in one man’s suffering. The cross of Jesus is the pivot point of salvation. And as it...