Spiritual Formation

By Paula Frances Price

Living in the South means that March and April bring 70-degree weather, flowering plants, and an abundance of new life! Spring’s new life reminds me of God’s kingdom, which is always growing.

By Lisa Rieck

One day, of course, is much too short to celebrate Easter. In the church calendar, it lasts for fifty days, ending at Pentecost.

By Steve Wimmer

Ah, Easter. Chocolate bunnies and a risen Lord . . . maybe not in that order. The resurrection of Jesus is the historical truth claim upon which the entire gospel hangs.

By Jen Herrmann

For Lent this year, I decided to drink nothing but water. The plan was to give the money that I saved to help purchase clean water for those who have none...

By Drew Larson

You’re feeling the March madness. No, not the madness of the upsets or the buzzer-beating shots.

By Penny Vinden

Mombinou Dorichamou is Assistant to the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) Regional Secretary for Francophone Africa and lives in Benin. Recently he discovered a book on meditative prayer.

By Jennifer Hagin

Less than six months ago I took a sabbatical from InterVarsity staff and went on a pilgrimage to Israel. I have always wanted to have a better understanding of Jewish culture as well as Israeli-Palestinian politics.

By Sandra Van Opstal

When most of us think about serving, we don’t instantly think about mutuality or reciprocity in our service. We have a sense that God has called us to serve others.

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