We tend to long for stability, yet there is a deeply rooted need for change and diversity. This can be illustrated by a scene in the movie Pleasantville.
What if all those T-shirts said, “Boston, grieve”?
We should have respect and reverence for God, but can we call God a friend? Yes! And here’s why…
I overheard a man say that he knows he is following God when he is suffering. Is this true? Is suffering a measure of our faithfulness to God?
What’s the purpose of beauty God created if we’ll never see it? What about other planets and civilisations and things beneath the sea that we’ll never see? It’s all about love and incarnation.
Jean Valjean teaches us that uncovering reality at all costs is the greatest thing that can bring healing from God.
Are TVs in restaurants a distraction when our conversation dips to silence? Why is silence so uncomfortable for us? Because it reveals those things we have a hard time telling ourselves.
The divisiveness during election season reminds me so much of our brokenness—and that wholeness can come even from our political differences.
Can we find God in something new age like the Sedona vortexes? I did.