Honoring God in Everyday Life
In recording his prayers, resolutions, and daily events, Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) left behind an encouragement to us to live a disciplined Christian life in the midst of our ordinary routine.
The Light to Our Paths
Prefaces to English Bibles celebrate the Bible as God's gift to believers.
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Confined to a sickbed, the English poet John Donne penned his finest meditations on life and death.
The Original Puritan Work Ethic
By valuing all of life in relation to God, Puritans gave sacred significance to every activity.
Preachers & Poets
"Though dead, by their writings they yet speak."—George Whitefield
William Barker and Leland Ryken|
Teach Us to Play, Lord
We have long affirmed the Protestant work ethic. We need a leisure ethic to match.
The Student’s Calling
College should be more than tomorrow's meal ticket.