Each day, 50 to 70 billion of your cells die. That sounds like bad news. Too many days like that and you might just fade into oblivion.
The good news is
Life is funny, isn’t it?
We live our lives, day to day, trying to understand, trying to make sense of our experiences, our choices, the choices of others, the seemingly random
“Now what is the deepest in God? His power? No, for power could not make him what we mean when we say God. Evil could, of course, never create one
This article was written by Richard Mouw, former president of Fuller Seminary. It was written for Religion News Service and published in its entirety.
When the United States celebrated the first
Wednesday, we prayed.
We prayed that the people that needed to come would come. We prayed that we would be the loving presence of Christ. We prayed that real kingdom good
Every year, it’s the same.
I journey through the season of Lent, goading myself to feel the heaviness of our creaturely mortality, being, at least a bit, gloomy. Forty days is
Welcome to the season of Eastertide!
Thank God that our celebration of the resurrection of Christ is not limited to one day, that our cheers of freedom and our high hopes
Welcome to Holy Saturday, more appropriately called Black Saturday.
To fully grasp the victory that will come tomorrow, we must sit in the darkness that is today. We must face the
Lent has ended, Easter is to come and here we stand in the gap. Three holy days: Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday, known as the Paschal Triduum, is