Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
Appleman 2006 on MennoNet: "There is no fence high enough to keep a wandering soul from walking away from God." March 5, 2020
From Timothy Larsen, church historian, in *Christianity Today*: "As for believers, we would be wise to lean more on faithfulness than cleverness. We know what we know more deeply and truly than we know why we know it. As Pascal famously put it, "The heart has its reasons which reason knows nothing of."
From Robert on MennoNet: "Until further notice: no one can stop by unannounced. We ain't sick, we just don't trust you around our Toilet Paper."
“It matters not how dark it is – His light is always brighter.” –Corrie ten Boom
“You are my hiding place; You will protect me from trouble and surround me with songs of deliverance.” ~Psalm 32: 7
From Esau McCaulley in *Christianity Today*: "I am a Christian today not because it answers all my questions about the world or about our current suffering. It does not. And not because I think it is a nice, coherent moral order by which to live my life. And not because I grew up this way or have fond feelings about felt boards and hymn sings. And not because it motivates justice or helps me to know how to vote. I am a Christian because I believe in the Resurrection. If it isn’t true, to hell with it."