Miss Ritter’s Bible

“A teacher affects eternity.” ~ Henry Adams Almost always she wore a simple black dress, but the black only made her gentle, smiling face shine ever more brightly.  A splash of white trimmed her hemline for, almost always, her slip … Continue reading

The Value of Wondering…an Alternative Approach to Exploring Bible Stories with Children

As a Primary school teacher in England, my lessons were target driven and goal oriented. I had specific objectives that were measurable: Did the child know the letter A and the sound it made? If they did, we moved on … Continue reading

Are the Psalms Just for Adults?

If you were to peek over the shoulder of a grandpa or young mom as they read the Bible with their little one, what story do you think they might be reading? There are so many choices, because from the … Continue reading

Hot Off The Press

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For an author, holding a newly published hot-off-the-press book is always an exciting moment. It’s a moment of satisfaction and a feeling of reward. After many months (or years) of writing, revising, rewriting, and revising again, the words you sometimes … Continue reading

Pray for Your Country

Tomorrow the UK is having a referendum on whether to remain in or leave the European Union. It is a major decision that is going to have a huge impact on the UK whichever way we vote. (Yes, I have … Continue reading