Monthly Archives: February 2015

Friday Funday: Blueberry Coffee Cake

Okay, so I didn’t exactly choose a Valentine’s themed recipe or one with a red pretty ‘something’ on or in it. Hey, it’s after Valentine ’s Day, after all. BUT you’re family is going to LOVE this yummy, moist, and … Continue reading

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Teaching Thursday—To Love as Christ Loves Us

~~Written by: Billy Wagner, Jr. Today’s post is written by my husband, Billy Wagner, Jr. He is a graduate of Wingate University in Communications and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Masters of Divinity in Christian Education. He is our … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wisdom—Love in Scripture

Our topic for this week is love, so let’s look at a few verses on the topic of love. (All verses are taken from the English Standard Version.) “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, … Continue reading

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Theology Tuesday—Three Types of Love: Koine Greek style

Love isn’t just some human concept, but is sourced in the one true God. Agape: This Greek term is the term used to describe God’s love for us. It is also used to describe the kind of love we are … Continue reading

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Monday Musings—Being Vulnerable

Love. When we think of love we think romance—flowers, candy, and sweet words of adoration. Coincidentally, my favorite books are romances; the good, clean kind. It’s ironic I like them so much, because I don’t consider myself to be a … Continue reading

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