I Loved Being the Favored “Teacher’s Pet” in Third Grade

I Loved Being the Favored “Teacher’s Pet” in Third Grade

When I was in third grade, I was Mrs. Leighton’s “teacher’s pet.” Everyone knew, especially my fellow students, that Mrs. Leighton favored me. The feeling of her favor was like drinking living water for my child’s thirsty soul. Mrs. Leighton, for...
Yes, Let’s Take the Mess With Us

Yes, Let’s Take the Mess With Us

I’m so excited to feature this guest post by Jenna Masters. I’ve shared her blog posts before because they always teach and touch me at a heart level. So enjoy and be encouraged. And visit Jenna at https://markedbylove.blog Bring Your Mess by Jenna Masters...
A Roman Father Couldn’t Disinherit an Adopted Son

A Roman Father Couldn’t Disinherit an Adopted Son

In the Roman culture when Paul wrote his Epistle to the Ephesians, a Roman father could disinherit a son born into the family, but not an adopted child. That fact has everything to do with Paul assuring his readers they were secure in their salvation. Here’s...