Tag Archives: God’s Word


With the unclear words of a two-year-old, Anna pointed to my plate and said: “That’s kah-t-ch. It’s not pah-t-ch, it’s kah-t-ch.” I looked down at my plate, trying desperately to figure out what she was saying. All I could see was some lasagna, and in English or Norwegian, nothing even remotely related to either kah-t-ch […]

Swallowing The Truth

Scott Davis is a Christian comedian and author of the new book, “If My Body Is a Temple, Then I Was a Megachurch: My journey of losing 132 pounds with no exercise” (Ampelon, 2011). He shared some thoughts from his book on what it means to trust God to help us make the necessary changes […]

A Resolution Worth Keeping

According to an article in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 25 percent of people who make New Year’s resolutions will give up on them within a week. By the end of January, 36 percent of resolvers have succumbed to their old habit or lifestyle. And after six months? Over half—54 percent—have decided to ditch the […]