Theology

Theological Term of the Week: Mid-Tribulationism

This week’s term: Mid-Trublationism – that form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that the coming of Christ for His saints will be after the first three and one-half years of the tribulation period has passed.  Last week’s term: Pre-Tribulationism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that Christ will come in the air for the… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Mid-Tribulationism

birthdays · family-scrapbook-Leslie

Leslie Anne: Tremendous at Twelve

Today, our precious Leslie Anne turns 12 years old. I have had an emotional few weeks as I have prepared for Lauren’s graduation, Mother’s Day, and now Leslie’s birthday. I am trying to keep this quote by Dr. Suess in mind as I have culled through photographs and reflected on the past: “Don’t cry because… Continue reading Leslie Anne: Tremendous at Twelve

Theology

Theological Term of the Week: Pre-Tribulationism

This week’s term: Pre-Tribulationism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that Christ will come in the air for the resurrection of His dead saints, and the rapture of the living saints, before the tribulation period begins. Last week’s term: Amillennialism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that there shall be no millennial… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Pre-Tribulationism

Vacation 2017

The United States Capitol

To tour the United States Capitol, you will need to get an appointment via your Representative or Senator. You must have photo I.D. and your reservation number with you, and you should arrive fifteen minutes early for your tour. You may have a purse and camera with you, but prepare to be searched. Something to… Continue reading The United States Capitol

books · reviews

My Book Bag: Upstairs at the White House

Last week, I wrote about The Residence, a book about life in the private quarters of the White House. I suppose I take “nerd” to the next level, because I often peruse the notes section of books, or read the bibliography listed in the back. In this case, The Residence quoted a book called Upstairs… Continue reading My Book Bag: Upstairs at the White House

Theology

Theological Term of the Week: Amillennialism

This week’s term: Amillennialism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that there shall be no millennial reign of Christ. Last week’s term: Postmillennialism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that the return of Christ shall occur after the Millennial Kingdom.

Vacation 2017

The Library of Congress

After our amazing tour of the White House, we went back to our vehicle which we parked at the Reagan Building. I got my purse and Nikon because I couldn’t have those items at the White House, and there is no storage area for items at the White House, either. If you have prohibited items… Continue reading The Library of Congress