I didn’t care about the world.
I’ve lived in the U.S., Nicaragua, China, and South Africa. I’ve spent time with the Church in Guatemala, Ethiopia, Poland, Thailand, and Kenya.
St. Augustine famously prayed, “Lord, grant me holiness, but not yet.” (Domine, da mihi sanctitiam, sed noli modo.) We may relate to his prayer.
In the past year, I have found myself in more conversations about Jesus with people outside the Christian faith than in any other year since college.
You know what it means to become an adult, right?
Old friends. Mom’s home cooking. Your favorite pair of jeans. There’s something undeniably comforting about the familiar.
Are you in ministry? Yes. You are. And I’m not just talking to the campus ministers among us.
If you’re at all like me—and if you are, you don’t want to talk about how hard the table games at Cracker Barrel really are—you probably have some questions about finding a mentor.
Most people enjoy talking about themselves, whether they realize it or not.
When I met Kim, a bubbly extroverted Korean student, she was beginning her freshman year.
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