I’m both inspired and haunted by a phrase from John 1:14 describing Jesus: Full of grace and truth.
Over the last few years, I have been seeking out theological works by Native American authors.
I used to think my testimony could be summed up in five words: I grew up in church.
Ah, summer. After a long academic year of straining your brain or months of the 9-to-5 intensity of work, it’s time to go into mental hibernation (a.k.a. vacation) and shut that thing off.
Here is something you should know if you want to be a successful adult: moving does not happen on its own.
I’ve experienced a lot of transitions over the past five years.
The saying “silence is golden” is something I find difficult to understand.
Jesus says some hard things. He wants to know who is really serious about following him.
Maybe you’ve “liked” one of InterVarsity’s prayer requests on Facebook, or one of International Justice Mission’s remarkable announcements about rescuing young women from slavery.
I’ve always hated transitions—those times when life seems to be suspended in mid-air.
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