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 Our lesson today is on suffering, it’s a discussion at the beginning of a consideration on the nature of eternity as compared to time. Paul says that our current sufferings are not to be compared to the glory awaiting us followers of Jesus Christ up ahead in eternity. But when Paul says that, he is not saying that our suffering is inconsequential or unimportant. So before we consider what Paul’s argument is, we take some time toRead 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 Our lesson today is on suffering, it’s a discussion at the beginning of a consideration on the nature of eternity as compared to time. Paul says that our current sufferings are not to be compared to the glory awaiting us followers of Jesus Christ up ahead in eternity. But when Paul says that, he is not saying that our suffering is inconsequential or unimportant. So before we consider what Paul’s argument is, we take some time toRead 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 Our lesson today is on suffering, it’s a discussion at the beginning of a consideration on the nature of eternity as compared to time. Paul says that our current sufferings are not to be compared to the glory awaiting us followers of Jesus Christ up ahead in eternity. But when Paul says that, he is not saying that our suffering is inconsequential or unimportant. So before we consider what Paul’s argument is, we take some time toRead More →

by Charles R. Swindoll Proverbs 22:6 Maybe it’s because I’m soon to have another birthday. Maybe it’s because I’m a granddad several times over. Or maybe it’s because of a struggling young seminarian I met recently who wishes he had been higher on his parents’ priority list than, say, fifth or sixth. He was hurried and ignored through childhood, then tolerated and misunderstood through adolescence, and finally expected to “be a man” without having been taught how. My words are dedicated to all of you who have the opportunity to make an investment in a growing child so that he or she might someday beRead More →