I’ve been trying to learn to listen all my life. I’m still at it and have a long way to go. Learning to listen is a lifelong discipline.
As we grow old, we need someone to walk with us as we enjoy the pleasures and pitfalls of aging.
In an uncertain world, the question is how should we respond when we are uncertain how to respond? Here’s a place to begin.
Being politicized seduces the followers of Jesus away from the primacy of Scripture and the Christ-like ethic of loving those made in God’s image.
Sometimes our true selves are best revealed when there are no onlookers. No obvious onlookers, anyway.
Stop reading, listening, and watching news that makes you angry and depressed. Find stories filled with compassion, love and humor.
Social media will not go away, so we need to revisit the question of how to be faithful in our use of it.
None of us are equally proficient in demonstrating every fruit of the Spirit—and that reveals where we need to grow as followers of Jesus.
In poetic prose, Scott Schuleit reflects on how windows shape our vision, deepening it and occasionally distracting it.
Two paintings and a dried palm frond remind me that there is more to reality than I can imagine. And in that, I find hope.