Scripture

By Laura Abrams

In InterVarsity, we have a central belief that the scriptures in the Bible are God’s Word – and these words speak to us.

By Scott Bessenecker

Crews demolished a house on Northern Boulevard on Plum Island Wednesday after officials decided beach erosion had put the property in danger of falling into the sea.

By Josh Harper

A girl in her mid-teens sprints past me on the sidewalk where I load a bed frame into a truck outside my house in Oakland, California. She isn’t out for a jog; she runs like her life depends on it.

By Lisa Liou

Imagine a kindergartener looking solemnly at a plate of broccoli. Now imagine hearing a father’s instructing voice, “In our family, we do things we don’t like.”

By Robbie Castleman

Heart transplant patients understand the concept of losing life to find life. For eighteen years I was a critical-care nurse specialist.

By Jonathan Walton
Jefferson Bethke’s poem, “Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus,” has gone “viral,” as they say, and with all youtube videos come comments, both positive and negative, hopeful and discouraging.
By Bob Grahmann

Perhaps you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to start reading your Bible or to read it more often. Great!

By Steven Grahmann
First, I was just plain sad. Even though I’d never met Hitchens, I felt a connection with him. His books and lectures, though difficult, helped me think critically about my faith in a way I’d never done before. I hoped and prayed I’d be able to tell him that someday, as I hoped and prayed that a miracle would happen and he would embrace Jesus in all His beautiful irrationality. So when Hitchens died, I was sad.
By Kent Annan
It had been almost twenty years since I last attended Urbana, as a student. I returned as my first book, "Following Jesus Through the Eye of the Needle"was being published.

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