Author Archives: Lisa Harper

The Declarations That Define Us

The Declarations That Define Us

One of our favorite Bible teachers, Lisa Harper, is coming to FaithGateway for our next community Online Bible Study (OBS) – Believing Jesus: A Journey Through the Book of Acts – and we’re thrilled to give you an early glimpse today of the first session. You’re going to love it! In this OBS you’ll dive

Checkered Pasts Don’t Check You Off God’s List

The journey to become Missy’s mama started when I was seventeen years old, when Cindy Whelchel — my best friend in high school — and I led our youth group Bible study through the theme of adoption in Scripture. We made a pact to adopt babies that no one else wanted when we grew up. We were as sincere as

Coffee, Books and Bikes with Lisa Harper and Laura Story

Watch the Video for Coffee, Books and Bikes Q & A with Lisa Harper and Laura Story LH: I’m so excited, you’re in my town. It just makes me so happy — I feel like I get to eat french fries and dark chocolate today and I love, love, love this book. This title, When

Our Very Own “Get Out Of Jail Free” Card

It was a totally normal Sunday. There I was, loitering in the church foyer between worship services, daydreaming about where to go for lunch and how many extra miles I’d have to run if I ate the carbohydrates I was craving, when a woman with flyaway brown hair rushed up beside me. She grabbed my

The Best Belated Christmas Gift Ever

  When the eighth day arrived, the day of circumcision, the child was named Jesus, the name given by the angel before He was conceived. Then when the days stipulated by Moses for purification were complete, they took Him up to Jerusalem to offer Him to God as commanded in God’s Law: “Every male who

proverbs 4:23

Jesus and Dangerous Things

Dear Jesus, please give me the wisdom to tell the difference between broken people and biting people. —  Lisa Harper There is nothing more ugly than a Christian orthodoxy without understanding or without compassion. — Francis A. Schaeffer So, I’ve been thinking about dangerous things. Late one Sunday afternoon last summer, I was unloading luggage from a

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