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Of Truth-Telling and Bridge-BuildingSubscriber Access Only
How Jesus modeled relationships of surprising frankness and trust.
Faith Like an Olive Tree
What Israel’s most famous plants taught me about spiritual growth.
Finding Grace in the SunriseSubscriber Access Only
God’s people have often practiced sacred remembering. So should we.
Children's Music MattersSubscriber Access Only
A singer-songwriter's call for excellence in the songs we feed our kids.
God’s Glowing GiftSubscriber Access Only
Light is more than a symbol of God’s truth. It’s a tangible reminder of his love for us.
Martha, You Don’t Have to Be MarySubscriber Access Only
In Luke’s famous sister rivalry, Jesus isn’t warning against busyness.
Our Two Spiritual Time ZonesSubscriber Access Only
Living in the tension between present promise and future fulfillment.
Our Silence Is Music to God’s EarsSubscriber Access Only
The most joyful noise God desires from us may be none at all.
The Gospel Work of SongSubscriber Access Only
Why we need to remember the God-given language of music.
The Case for a No-Filter Prayer LifeSubscriber Access Only
Why we, as God's friends, can speak to him freely.
Making Peace with ChangeSubscriber Access Only
Transition is part of God's original design. So is his peace in the midst of it.
Blessed Are the SlowSubscriber Access Only
Scripture reminds us that love—and loving communication—is patient.
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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