The importance of a Bible teacher’s transparency: it relates to accountability

By Elizabeth Prata On June 18, I and 5 other ladies signed an Open Letter to Beth Moore and it was published on several of our platforms. It asked Moore 5 plain questions regarding her stance on homosexuality, and noted that her associations and partnerships with several high-profile gay-affirming and openly homosexual Christians were causing …

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Onions, A Day in the Life, Sideways Necklace, Ghost Horse, Martyr Moment, and more

By Elizabeth Prata I've blogged here for ten years. There are over 4,800 essays to peruse. (Which no one will actually do). So, I put before you several of the series I have written that new followers and recent readers might not know about. A Day in the Life I got curious about how the …

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Independence Day in the US today, but a future freedom awaits

By Elizabeth Prata For our citizenship is in heaven, from which also we eagerly wait for a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ; (Philippians 3:20) Charles Spurgeon preached on this verse: Citizenship in heaven Our text, I think, might be best translated thus— “Our citizenship is in heaven.” The French translation renders it, “As for us, …

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