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Ligonier Conference

I, Mary, am currently on a personal retreat at the Ligonier Conference, Fool's For Christ, at Briarwood in Birmingham, AL. Last night was a great talk by Harry Reeder on the Foolishness of the Gospel and then God's Free Grace presented by Burke Parsons.  My take away so far is to be more bold in my witnessing. To often, I feel intimated. Pray God's boldness will be more real in my life.

Hunter Goff is the musician leading us into and after our messages. He just blessed me with a beautiful rendition of "I Vow To Thee, My Country." It is a personal favorite melody.

Wycliffe 101: What Version of the Bible Do You Use For Translation?

What translation do Bible translators use when translating Scripture into a new language? The answer is often detailed and always includes years of study. It is important to translate the Scripture into words which communicates the intent of the words as well as the literally meaning. Before you say, "Yeah, right!" read this article to help understand the process. (See what I did there?)

Just A Bit of Shakin'

Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change
And though the mountains slip into the heart of the sea;


The girls next to me gasped and grabbed the chairs in front of them. It took me a moment to realize what was happening. We were having an earthquake!

I like earthquakes. Let me be more specific. I like small earthquakes. Most everyone slightly panics when one strikes. I yell, "yippee!" and look at a clock to try to time how long the shaking lasts.

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