Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Summary Parents are heading off for the day and are leaving home a house full of kids and the older are set in charge of the younger. Jobs are given, chores are dispersed, and as the parents are departing one last word is given: “Each one of you, look out after the other.” Kind of like they are saying, “if anything bad happens, you are all responsible.” This is like Hebrews  12:15, where God says a word to everyoneRead More →

Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Summary Parents are heading off for the day and are leaving home a house full of kids and the older are set in charge of the younger. Jobs are given, chores are dispersed, and as the parents are departing one last word is given: “Each one of you, look out after the other.” Kind of like they are saying, “if anything bad happens, you are all responsible.” This is like Hebrews  12:15, where God says a word to everyoneRead More →

Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Summary Parents are heading off for the day and are leaving home a house full of kids and the older are set in charge of the younger. Jobs are given, chores are dispersed, and as the parents are departing one last word is given: “Each one of you, look out after the other.” Kind of like they are saying, “if anything bad happens, you are all responsible.” This is like Hebrews  12:15, where God says a word to everyoneRead More →

Responsibility by Charles R. Swindoll Joel 3:14 One of George Bernard Shaw’s statements frequently flashes through my mind: “Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it.” In a day when most people pass the buck with merely a shrug, those words bite and sting. It’s one thing to sing and dance to liberty’s tunes, but it’s something else entirely to bear the responsibility for paying the band. There are numerous examples of this. Leadership carries with it a few privileges and perks, but living with the responsibility of that task makes a reserved parking space and your own bathroom pale into insignificance. ConceivingRead More →