Two odd but important Christian phrases about becoming spiritually mature

If you’ve ever watched a newborn nursing or drinking from a bottle, it is wild how hungry they can be.  As they grow a few months, and they start to be a bit more aware, they can get very excited when you start talking about their bottle.  They shake, they wave their arms, and sometimesContinue reading “Two odd but important Christian phrases about becoming spiritually mature”

That time the Bible teaches us to take off our dirty clothes and drink raw milk?

How much milk do you drink?  And what kind?  Skim?  Whole?  1 or 2 percent? Milk is good stuff.  And what I have found over the years is that people have lots of opinions about milk.  My family is a skim milk family.  I have heard some people call skim milk, “chalk water.”  Some ofContinue reading “That time the Bible teaches us to take off our dirty clothes and drink raw milk?”

Dealing with immature faith – 1st Corinthians 3:1-4, 18-23

Last week I mentioned that the recycling bin at my house is full of milk jugs most weeks.  So far this week we have four in there, with another two likely by tomorrow night when we put the bin out for the trash men.  I feel like my kids were drinking milk more vigorously thisContinue reading “Dealing with immature faith – 1st Corinthians 3:1-4, 18-23”

Is your recycling bin always full of milk jugs?

Ours is. The Kime household consistently knocks back 6-8 gallons of milk per week.  Think about that a minute.  Even if we average 5 gallons per week, and the price per gallon of milk is $3.50, you do the math.  Now multiply that by four weeks in a month.  Yeah, that’s not chump change.  WeContinue reading “Is your recycling bin always full of milk jugs?”