When I met Kim, a bubbly extroverted Korean student, she was beginning her freshman year.
I will never forget the first time my husband and I visited the Utah Ikea four years ago.
I’ve read books about prayer. I’ve been to weekend-long trainings on prayer. I’ve given sermons on prayer.
“You get a lot of time by yourself with Jesus,” my friend said, speaking about his semester abroad. “And you’d be surprised at how much you learn about him and yourself from that.”
The bouquet has been thrown, the garter tossed, and the honeymoon taken.
For many of us, it’s wedding season.
I’m both inspired and haunted by a phrase from John 1:14 describing Jesus: Full of grace and truth.
What is Christian doctrine?
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.
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