Jan 4, 2013

Resolutions or Not, Here I Come

I’m convinced that we wouldn’t have so many New Year’s resolutions—kept or unkept—if the stretch from Thanksgiving Turkey Feasts to New Year Ball Drops occurred in, say, August. We’ve packed November and December so full of holidays that this period has turned into one giant year-end party. I like it,...Read more +
Jan 4, 2013

There Is Always Enough

While I've always loved the smell and shiny packaging of new dreams, they usually choke to death in the cellophane. Whenever I'd bring one home, I'd fantasize about the plots and special features. But then I'd never bother to open them up because—well, my DVD player didn't work. The metal...Read more +
Dec 29, 2012

The Art of Gift Giving

The Washington Institute recently asked Susan Den Herder--owner of Freshly Pressed Stationery , a hand-printed letterpress line of stationery, and editor of Canal West, a curated online design and gift site--a few questions regarding the practice of gift giving, as well as her daily work and the specific calling she's...
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Dec 28, 2012

Overall Best of 2012

This year at The High Calling we published over 1600 articles to help you think about a holistic Christian faith that honors God every moment of every day, whether we are a work, at home, at church, or in our community. Our staff of editors and programmers and writers and...Read more +
Dec 27, 2012

Best of 2012 Community

The High Calling has never aimed to be just another digital Christian publication pushing out more noise onto the internet. We hire just as many community editors as content editors. We read bloggers, we read affiliates, we engage in conversation on Facebook and Twitter with you, dear reader. For us,...Read more +