A Short Story

Looking for a quick read? The Legacy is relatively new. Have you ever thought about Korah and his family? Certainly, they must have had friends and family. What was it like to live near the tabernacle and its towering pillar of fire and cloud? Read on! Enjoy!

God’s Providential Purposes: Philemon, Part Two

Philemon 1 As we saw yesterday, Paul opens his letter with these words: “Paul, a prisoner” (v. 1), and he strikes that same note again three more times (vv. 9-10, 13). His tact and consummate skill in communication make it nearly impossible for Philemon to refuse his request. We are provided with evidence here that … More God’s Providential Purposes: Philemon, Part Two

A Runaway Slave

The next few posts (8) will be a combination of two sources: the Feature Bible Study Guide put out by the Fundamental Evangelistic Association and Bond Brothers, a historical Christian fiction novel I wrote three years ago. Philemon is such a fascinating book. It gives us an insight into so many facets of first-century Christianity at … More A Runaway Slave

A Shepherd’s Tale

The shepherds play an important role in the Christmas story. Of all the people near Bethlehem on the night Christ was born, it was the shepherds who received the heavenly proclamation. Recently, our son brought out an interesting perspective on their visit to see Jesus on His birthday: To this point, how much encouragement had … More A Shepherd’s Tale