Spiritual Formation

By Courtney Teaford

Leadership. Even the word sounds complicated and nebulous. 

By Lisa Rieck

I know—nobody enjoys confessing their sins. But I tend to think it’s even worse for perfectionists like me. 

By Lisa Liou

As we sat side by side watching our kids’ practice, he showed concern about an issue with his son. I could relate. 

By Julia Powers

Summer is so often a season of in-betweens. You might be in between sophomore year and junior year, college and grad school, one job and another, even one part of the world and another.

By Julia Powers

I used to think a leader was someone who knows a lot, talks a lot, and works a lot. 

By Jen Herrmann

I used to do some freelance writing for eHow.com. With one tab open to Google, I wrote article after article of instructions on painting bookshelves and booking hotels in rural Alabama. 

By Joel McReynolds

For several years I’ve been sick with what is best described as a chronic illness. I don’t need to go into the details; suffice it to say that it can be debilitating at times. 

By Willie Krischke

What is peace? We often define it in terms of what it isn’t—as in, it’s the absence of conflict or distraction or anything that makes us feel uncomfortable or disturbed. 

By Jen Herrmann

A friend of mine once went to an evangelism training seminar for campus ministers where they were asked to share the gospel with each other to practice. 

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