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Submission and the Creation Account

Gail Wallace is co-founder of the Junia Project (juniaproject.com), an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University, a consultant for the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, and a member of CBE. She lives in southern California and enjoys spending time with her husband of 38 years, three children, two daughters-in-law, and grandchildren. This post originally […]

Do the Five Love Languages Love Women Too? (Part 1 of 2)

I haven’t thought much about Gary Chapman’s The Five Love Languages in a long time, but recently my Family Life Education class did a presentation on this subject.  I tend to see most evangelical book empires of that sort as an attempt by publishers to cash in on an author’s popularity, and I am not a big […]

Profound Submission

Few things bring me more joy than seeing the gospel incarnated in the different cultures of our world, and few things shed more light on the gospel. Each culture has the potential to reveal something of the nature of God and his love. I was reminded of this recently when I read two accounts about […]

My Marriage Bond: From Stratified to Unified

Three tightly intertwining strands create a strong cord.   The well-known words in Ecclesiastes — “a cord of three strands is not quickly broken” (Eccles. 4:12b) — are often used to create a visual icon in our minds of the marriage bond. If “a picture is worth a thousand words,” then this simple graphic can […]

From “Frenemies” to Friends Indeed

by Amy J. Chase As I grow older, I relate to the Bible as I do my long term friends. Some friends I can remember in their teens, then twenties, and thirties. I remember the struggles we have faced over the years, the victories we have celebrated together, and how our values have grown and […]

What is Paul’s “Mystery”?

Why is Paul in chains? And what is this mystery that God has now revealed? I believe the answer to both of these questions is the same. And it might not be what we typically think it is. If we miss it, we will miss the importance of Paul’s prison epistles. When Paul returns to […]

The Parsonage: House Boyfriends

This week, the CBE Scroll features a series called “The Parsonage,” written by CBE Intern Krista Wilson, who is currently a student at Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. In it, she writes about her experiences living with a group of women who have felt God’s call to minister in the church. Enjoy! With six unmarried […]