A fictional diary entry based on the observations of Julius, the centurion assigned to guard Paul on the journey to Rome in Acts 27:1 – 28:16 Dear Diary, This is a true account of the journey which I, Julius, a centurion of Rome’s Imperial Regiment undertook with the prisoner Paul, servant of the one… Continue reading Dear Diary, I Have Found the True God!!
Acts 12:1-18 Would the curse of Herod ever break? Rhoda shivered slightly in the midnight chill and tugged at her wrap with one hand while the other clutched a water pitcher. She navigated the room, stepping around the friends and family of her mistress who had gathered in the house to pray for Peter –… Continue reading Victorious!
“How was youth group today?” Dad asked Morenike as the family walked to the car after service. “Fine. I guess,” Morenike replied. “You guess?” Mom smiled. “That doesn’t sound very convincing.” Morenike smiled back. “It was good, but there’s something I don’t quite understand.” “Uh-oh, here comes the philosopher again,” laughed Debo, Morenike’s twin brother.… Continue reading Taking God Seriously
“Sin whispers to the wicked, deep within their hearts. They have no fear of God at all. In their blind conceit, they cannot see how wicked they really are. Everything they say is crooked and deceitful. They refuse to act wisely or do good. They lie awake at night, hatching sinful plots. Their actions are… Continue reading Safe Refuge Part 3 – The Psalmists Club
Grace clicked out of the pop-up news article and turned away from her laptop with a sigh. She’d tried so hard to be brave after Mom told her Elijah’s story. She’d even tried to trust God with her fear and listen to Him for what to do. But if God was saying something to her,… Continue reading A Safe Refuge Part II