Throughout history, in cultures and communities throughout the world, bread has been the most basic source of nourishment. The Hebrew slaves ate “matzo,” or unleavened bread before they packed up their bags and began their journey to the Promised Land.
“Justice,” defined in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary is “the establishment or determination of rights according to the rules of law or equity.” It is also described as “the quality of being just or impartial.” We often hear the cry for justice
While I was in college I spent two summers working at a camp in Branson, Missouri called Kanakuk. It’s been thirty years, but I still have so many wonderful memories of my time at camp. At K-2, the camp I
As we’ve worked our way through Proverbs, Solomon has introduced us to many different kinds of people. He’s taught us by teaching his son to stay away from certain kinds of folks, to be aware and on our guard against
It has been said that the “pen is mightier than the sword.” In a day in which we see and hear about the horrors of war on a daily basis it may be difficult to believe that little saying, but
The days were long and the nights were filled with nursing sore muscles and trying to reassure one another that hope was not lost, that YHWH would one day replace their sorrow with celebration. Days were filled with the sounds