Keturah Lamb, Uncategorized

Children of Our Futures

If we look at examples in the Bible, circumstances never stopped God's people from multiplying and becoming a mighty people. Through slavery and captivity (Exodus 1:7-12), in foreign lands (Jeremiah 29:4-6), during famine (Genesis 47:27), the command was still the same: "Be fruitful and multiply," Genesis 1:28. Why was this? Could it be that our mindset of needing a… Continue reading Children of Our Futures

Careers, Halley Press, Uncategorized

Ethics in The Gray: Where You Stand as a Christian

Disclaimer: This blog post is written in the context of a Christian in a secular workplace, but can be relevant to those outside of the faith or dealing with ethics outside of the workplace.   When kids and young adults are taught about ethics many examples that are given fall in the category of black… Continue reading Ethics in The Gray: Where You Stand as a Christian

Keturah Lamb, Uncategorized

Using Etiquette When Arguing

By Keturah Lamb One of my great loves (weaknesses) is arguing. Sometimes I can hold my tongue. But a lot of the time... It's just that when people say such "silly" things or when people or ideas are "unfairly mistreated" I MUST stand up for them. And sometimes I just look for something to argue/discuss… Continue reading Using Etiquette When Arguing

Careers, Halley Press

The Only Christian: Being a Christian in a Secular Company

How can you stand out as a Christian in a secular company? Unless you are planning to work in the Church or for a specifically Christian company, you will likely find yourself working in a secular company. Maybe you will be one of many Christians or maybe you will be the only one. Either way,… Continue reading The Only Christian: Being a Christian in a Secular Company

Annie Louise Twitchell, Mental Health, poetry

Carpenter’s Tears

Carpenter's Tears Do you think that He has forgotten you? Your body is a rotting wasteland of hollow bones and empty veins. Do you think that He has forgotten you? The carpenter’s hands are bleeding but still He reaches to take you in. Blood washes over, blood and love that cleanses, makes whole again. Humanity… Continue reading Carpenter’s Tears