“Why didn’t Lady Margaret choose Mr. Charles? She obviously loved him!” Anna complained while watching her favorite period drama which was set in the Roaring Twenties. “She had to consider her family. Mr. Edward had a lot of connections, friends they could trust to come to their aid. and Mr. Thomas was wealthy beyond her […]
Month: October 2016
“How have you been, Mary?” Sarah asked, catching up with an old friend that she hadn’t seen in quite awhile. “Oh, I’m alright. Just doing some shopping. It seems that’s all I ever do, go shopping and stay home these days – since Jack died, nothing’s been the same.” Mary answered. “I lost my Edward […]
Some of the more fascinating videos I’ve found, it explores complementarianism in its most ancient context.
When Fireproof Fails
I just woke up from a dream about complementarianism – something about an older gentleman who decided to up and get married so he read a book and followed it’s instructions and within a year he was married and he had put his vast wealth into putting together his own personal zoo. (Whoever said all […]
Thecla’s story begins at her window. She listens from her window to the speaker whose been invited to her neighbor’s house – Paul of Tarsus. For three days and nights she’s fascinated by the things that she’s heard – so much so that she won’t go to eat or drink or attend to her usual […]