Editor’s note: Given the topic of anxiety that arises within the book of Joshua, we felt it important to cover this topic in greater detail. Please note that this is an educational piece intended to help us understand the realities of clinical anxiety, as well as how to address it as Christians. That being said, … Continue reading Anxious Christians and an All-present God
By Jaime Sherman Our nation’s capital is home to hundreds of rock-hewn memorials and monuments that ask its 25 million visitors annually to pause between photo ops and hot dog stands to remember. To remember the military conflicts that threatened our country’s freedom. To remember the men and women who sacrificed their time, and in … Continue reading Lingering in Gratitude
By Jaime Sherman I had an “ah-ha” moment in the past week concerning my prayer life, and it came from an unlikely section in the book of Joshua. But I really shouldn’t have been surprised, for… All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in … Continue reading Glorifying God in the Confession of Sin
Rahab was a prostitute, an outsider in the social storyline of Jericho, and she was a Canaanite marked for death by the God of Heaven and Earth. But God had a plan for her because her heart had turned toward Him.
Any changes in how you view the world in your study of Joshua so far? Phares Gilchrist Answers: I have been mulling over the “2 1/2 tribes” who appealed to Moses to allow them to stay on the wilderness side of the Jordan. It seemed like such a reasonable request. They had carved out a … Continue reading Ask Us: Question #1