May 15, 2014

Balancing Act

Balancing Act
How many plates do you have in the air?Read more +
May 14, 2014

Thriving Through Stress: Our Endurance Makes Us Stronger

I started a new job in January. Same role – editor – but for a different company. Two weeks earlier, however, I injured my back, so I started the new job in pain. Though I’m decent when it comes to handling pain–probably the result of being nourished by western movies...Read more +
May 11, 2014

Mothers Don't Remember

Doctors discovered cancer in Linda’s mother, and it spread like fire. Six months later, she was dying. Linda had children of her own now, but facing the loss of her mother brought deep regrets for the times she had fallen short as a daughter. “Mom,” she said through her tears,...Read more +
May 8, 2014

An Invitation for You to Share Your Story

On a humid August night in 2008, I published my first blog post, from a laptop at my kitchen table. It was a simple, tender reflection about the Emmaus travelers. The moon rose behind me while I tapped out these words: “Like an unexpected Jesus on a dusty road to...Read more +
May 7, 2014

"How Should We Think About Our Neighbors?" - Andy Crouch

"How Should we Think About Our Neighbors?" - Andy Crouch
So when I look at my neighbors, whatever their faith is, the first thing I can say about them is they're an image bearer. But, as a Christian, I also see that they and I are image breakers...Read more +
May 4, 2014

How to Share Your Faith at Work

What does it look like for someone to successfully share their faith at work? When I think of that question, the answer for me is two words: Joe Talamo. I am pleased to have Joe on the board of The Center to Reintegrate Faith, Life and Vocations where he serves...Read more +
May 4, 2014

Five Appropriate Times to Share Your Faith at Work

Jim wanted to run the other way when a friend urged him to go on a short-term mission trip to Cuba. Faith was a private part of Jim’s life, so talking to people about Jesus in a foreign country—or anywhere, for that matter—was not appealing in the least. His friend,...Read more +

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