First Baptist Church of Herndon Blogs
For Lent our Drop-In Class began by discussing boundaries. It may seem like an odd topic, but it really makes total sense. There are Christians who think by simply being a person of faith you are guaranteed a life of plenty, a life that is problem free.
A Cooper’s Hawk circled overhead, occasionally adding a side loop, always squawking. Not a frantic squawk, more of a complaining squawk. Men at the house in front of mine were working on
I awoke that Saturday morning with my spring allergies acting up. It was only February! I attended a four-hour knitting gathering where more talking than knitting is the norm. Next, I headed
This is the perfect week to ponder if there can ever be too much love. A few situations come to mind. There is obsessive love as in the hovering parent or spouse who fears losing someone’s love or even sharing it. They nearly smother
It was a clear chilly morning. We had gotten a dusting of snow overnight. I stood at my backdoor watching the birds at the feeder when I caught a glimpse of a much larger bird swooping through.
I was sent a screen shot of our pastor and me from when we were teaching an adult Bible study class on zoom. It was during the pandemic. We knew keeping our adult study group active was important. There we were, each in a different town, but sharing a screen.