Author: Juliette McNair | Student, Living Education 2021 Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes, 43 seconds. Mr. Bob Rodzaj joined the Living Education students and staff from wintry Racine, Wisconsin via Webex. As he spoke, snow was falling, adding to the 2 feet already on the ground. Mr. Rodzaj grew up in Rochester, New York. He […]
About Harmony Talbott
Harmony Talbott is one of the twelve students in the onsite Living Education Work-Study Program in Charlotte for 2020-2021. She is currently doing various tasks for the Living Education department. Harmony has studied Advertising and Graphic Design at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC and has an interest in art, music, and traveling.
Author: Juliette McNair | Student, Living Education Charlotte 2021 On February 13, at 1:00 p.m., Mrs. Christy McNair, Mrs. Carol Weston, Miss Rebekah Ross, and the female Living Ed students joined the Walterboro congregation for services. Later that evening, after an adventure of several wrong turns, U-turns, and GPS malfunctions, they happily arrived at their […]
1 John 5:7-8 is a common passage in Scripture that secular Christians claim that the Bible supports the Trinity. How can we prove that these verses are not talking about God having a Trinitarian nature? Course Spotlight From The General Epistles: (Part 2) The Letters of John and Jude
Author: Juliette McNair | Student, Living Education 2021
Many professing Christians today believe that Christ did away with the Law. They often think that Christ kept the Law for them, and earning salvation does not come with any requirements or responsibilities beyond loving God and your neighbor. But is this the case?
How many of you have heard the phrase, An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure? Mr. Mike DeSimone joined the students in the Living-Ed classroom and gave an interactive Assembly. He said that this saying doesn’t only apply to preventing future disasters. “I want to talk about the actions we take now and the impact they have on the future.”
Martin Luther removed books from the Old Testament, and fought to strip away sections of the New Testament as well. Luther’s words denigrating James’ epistle are well-known.
Modern science claims matter and energy are the two fundamental elements of life. “But,” Mr. Richard Ames said, “there’s another factor: intelligence.” Mr. Ames played the documentary Unlocking the Mystery of Life for his Assembly. In this documentary, scientists argue that intelligent design is undeniably present in nature. Mr. Ames asked the students to consider this question as they watched the video: “Why should intelligence be a foundational element of science?”