BEM Conference Week 2018: Worship Night
Open letter of love to our son
I’ve got unused egg whites/yolks in the fridge… what shall I do?
It was a start. Loïs had gone back to bed at 7.30, letting us stay in bed till 8.00. It was Saturday after all. 15 minutes later Daniel had woken up though, but they had accepted to play quietly with Duplos and we were ready to get up anyway. A bit of edgniness at breakfast, but no need to panic. That’s when we hit the dark side of parenthood […]
One or two years ago I placed a birdhouse in the garden and this spring Eurasian blue tits nested in it. Putting Danny to bed one afternoon I discovered a juvenile out in the garden. After the photo shooting we left hit alone to never see it again. Let’s hope it is now safe from cat’s harm!
Genesis 1 to a 2 and a half year old with the help of paper, stamp markers, foam stickers and a bit of imagination […]
The Jesse Tree is a collection of ornaments, explanations, and scripture verses that illustrate God’s plan to bring Jesus into the world from the very beginning of the Bible. It refers to Isaiah 1:11: “There shall come forth a shoot from the stump of Jesse, and a branch from his roots shall bear fruit.” […]
11 years ago I was an au pair girl in Germany and I discovered the time of Advent […]
Only because I like the layout of pages 2-3 and the first episode of our historical saga about the founders of the Belgian Evangelical Mission (page 4). Luc’s editorial on page 1 is great too.
Pentecost is a big deal for Christians, and there are at least three reasons why it’s a day worth celebrating. (A meditation by Ryan Griffith on www.desiringgod.org)