Sitting by My Laughing Fire is one of those rare books whose wonder deeply stirs our hearts.Read more
A question on the first page grips our attention: “Can human beings really change, really turn their lives around? White says “Yes … Deep and lasting change really is possible. And I don’t mean altered behavior, but a dramatic turnaround at the core of a person’s being. A change so dramatic and decisive we could call it an inner revolution. I have seen it happen.”Read more
From overt malice to cold indifference, enmity is simply a failure to offer bold love. Yet Jesus commands us to love those who don’t love us. How?
Priorities, bucket lists, and deep gladness. What are you called to do? Take a look at this Frederich Buechner quote.
How often are we deeply known AND deeply cherished at the same time? Not often. Such deep friendship is rare. See a quote that describes it well.Read more
Billy Graham asks “What testimony are you passing on to those following you?” and guides us to live our days to ensure that we’re “finishing well.”
Each Good Friday I open Robert Doares’ book to gaze at his drawing of the crucifixion. I stand with Doares behind the cross and see what Jesus sees.Read more