Spiritual Formation

By Adam Jeske

Sadly, we in the U.S. are not widely recognized as learners, as thoughtful disciples, as understanding people. We are still mostly known for our lack of language learning, our ethnocentricity, and our cultural imperialism, all understandably. But thankfully, we are growing.

By Izabella Lee

In college, I spent countless hours studying: polishing essays, working through complex derivations, learning new vocabulary. In the busyness, I was often drawn back to the greatest commandment: “Honor the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength.” I wondered especially about honoring God with my mind. 

By Julia Powers

What if eternal life is less about the continuation of time forever and more about the removal of the limitations of time forever? Less about the “ten thousand years” and more about the divine irrelevance of years?

By Jen Herrmann

Who are “those Christians” in your life? Maybe in your mind they’re even “those people who think they’re Christians.” What is the barrier between the two of you?

Because the Word of God, in whose defense we often make those assumptions, has much to say about being united with them.

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