This is a monumental year, and I am doing my best to absorb the reality of its magnitude. To be living now when we celebrate 500 years since the Protestant Reformation, one of the most important events since the time of Christ? Wow! Privileged aren’t we? As a Christian you have a duty to be… Read More What Luther wants you to know!
Dear friends, My new book “Princess of the Reformation: Jeanne D’Albret” is now on the market on Amazon and Barnes&Noble! So excited and grateful to the Lord! “Rebekah Dan has written and illustrated a wonderfully informative story of one of the Protestant Reformation’s lesser-known figures, Jeane D’Albret. This true story of courage, faith, and sacrifice… Read More Special Book Release for 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation!
Long ago, the prophet Daniel said that knowledge will increase. To what extent? People and ideas will travel to and fro as never before (Daniel 12:4). Christians today cannot afford not to stay abreast with the scientific information out there. The Institute for Creation Research is the place for our scientific education that supports creation.… Read More A Wealth of Highest Scientific Research Backing Creation
Two BIG changes have taken place here! I totally remodeled the blog! Or basically I moved to a new domain name! I was talking about this in previous posts and finally by God’s grace I did it. So the blog name has changed from Heritage of Grace to Apologetics Girl, which encapsulates what this blog is about:… Read More We’ve Remodeled!
Guest Post by my good friend Amy Pentimone who blogs at Art of Life I wrote about it recently- the fact that our everyday living is the thing that propels us forward. As I’ve discussed it with others, I’ve found this idea resonates in a bigger way than I had expected. So many people need to… Read More This Ordinary Day- Guest Post
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. For by it the elders obtained a good testimony. (Hebrews 11:1-2). Maybe you’re a Christian who is dedicated, striving to please God. You diligently read the Word, serve other believers, pray, live in obedience to those in authority, and trust… Read More The Unconventional People of Faith
Remember when I wrote the post 12 Comforting Sounds ? So what if we continued the idea, and I shared some comforting scents? The smell of a brand new book or printed paper The smell of bread out of the oven The smell of freshly washed laundry The smell of freshly cut grass The smell of the… Read More 20+ Comforting scents that I like
I wrote a blog post warning about a movie you should not watch. But now let me tell you about one you should see. It will be in theatres across the United States on March 30th, so it’s coming up soon! I cannot believe the ebola pandemic was so long ago in 2014! Now it’s… Read More Facing Darkness- A movie you should see
The Author Behind The Shack William P. Young, author of The Shack, was a son of missionaries in New Guinea and even went to Bible College. He later got a degree in religion. But in 2004, this man wrote a declaration where he denied Evangelical Christianity and blasphemed Christ by saying the following: “evangelical faith and… Read More The Shack- Should Christians Watch the Movie?
Psalm 91 is one of my favorite Psalms. Rich with promises and comfort of God’s Almighty protection and love. This song is a combination of Psalm 91 and Isaiah 40:31. I think this children’s choir has the best rendition of the song on Youtube. In England, the BBC Songs of Praise have an annual competition of… Read More Midweek Music: On Eagle’s Wings