Relationships in Covenant

Dear Readers: Not long ago, my husband and I had the opportunity to connect with five of our six adult children, their spouses, our daughter-in-law and 18 of our 20

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Takeaways from “Just a Little Girl”

QUESTION: Your memoir Just A Little Girl is a compelling story of an amazing life…just curious, what do you want readers to take away from having read it?  A ANSWER: Dear

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Sacrifice

Dear Readers: Sacrifice. A word rife with meaning and colored by perspective. A sacrifice is a loss or something you give up, usually for the sake of a better cause. Parents sacrifice time,

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Filled with the Spirit – A Burnt Offering

I beseech you, therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. And do not be conformed

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Concern with Denominational Affiliation

Question: In your book Just a Little Girl,  you’ve given readers a very unusual view into various Protestant denominations as you and your husband were searching for church homes over the years.

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The Meaning of Baptism

The photo that graces the “cover” of the May/June issue of KALEIDOSCOPE (our online newsletter) is the Jordan River. Isn’t it beautiful? Many people don’t picture this river flowing through

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JUST A LITTLE GIRL – MEMOIR NOMINATED FOR THE PRESTIGIOUS 2018 SELAH AWARD

The breakout debut memoir, Just a Little Girl by Dr. Victoria Sarvadi with Allison Bottke was nominated for the prestigious 2018 SELAH Award. Presented annually to authors of Christian works

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The Mikveh and The Baptisms

The Hebrew word, Mikveh or Mikvah is a bath used for the purpose of ritual immersion in Judaism to achieve ritual purity. Immersion entails a complete dipping into or a

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Question: I so wish we had a home fellowship like you have (as we long for community). Maybe that’s what we need to set up here in Michigan one day?

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Question: Dear Dr. Sarvadi: I read recently in a book by Dr. Heidler that Luke was a Gentile! I am surprised, is there some evidence that suggests this? Dionne Answer:

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