Welcome to Connecting Dots to God, a blog about making connections between earth and heaven, between physical experience and metaphysical truth, and between ordinary people like you and me and an extraordinary God like none other.
The most frequent comment that I receive on this blog is “thought provoking,” or something to that effect. Nothing could please me more, and I invite you to explore the content of this blog and add your comments.
My name is Judy Allen. I am a student of truth, an observer of culture, an idea collector, a dot-connector and a communicator. Jesus is my teacher and my Lord. I hold a BA in Business Administration from Valparaiso University and a Master of Arts in Communication and Culture from Trinity Graduate School in Deerfield, IL. When I’m not blogging, I serve as Area Director for Community Bible Study.
I write largely to clarify my own thinking, but also to…
offer opportunity for discussion
to invite us all to look for God in the ordinary stuff of life
and to seek truth and glorify God.
I’d be delighted if you would subscribe to this blog and add your wisdom and perspectives to the discussions.
Connections to God are all around us, and I look forward to finding them with you!
The following links will take you to the most frequently read posts: (Or you can click on any topic from the tag cloud at the lower right.)
Remember when carbs were good and fat was bad? This and other important paradigm shifts here.
How do non-Christians feel in a culture that still presumes Christianity? You might be surprised, as I was, to get at glimpse at The Hegemony of Religion
How about we appreciate different expressions of Christianity instead of arguing about them? Celebrating Christian Diversity
I made a pie chart out of the Lord’s Prayer. How do you slice your prayer pie?
A child’s first words and Steve Jobs’ last words. Read them here.
I always want clear instructions from God, but is that what God wants? This question explored here.
Who Says that God Help Those who Help Themselves? (hint: not God)
The Old Testament story of Israel growing up: Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood and a Mid-Life Crisis: A Guide to Reading the Bible
No one likes to be judged. Let’s make sure we don’t rush to do it. Three Questions to Ask Yourself Before you Judge
Can the commander of a battleship effectively lead a school of fish? Find out why you should ask yourself that question here.
“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge. There is no speech or language where their voice is not heard. Their voice goes out into all the earth, their words to the ends of the world.” Psalm 19:1-4