“It is possible to prepare for the future without knowing what it will be. The primary way to prepare for the unknown is to attend to the quality of our relationships, to how well we know and trust one another.” —Margaret Wheatley Who knows the future? I’m not sure but
What a gift, to hear from a fellow baptist sojourner on what it means to be baptist. On Sunday, Drew Herring, Pastor of Adult Education and Outreach of Broadway Baptist Church, shared his perspective on the question: What does it look like to be baptist in 2018? “I believe that
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 that each day, your body makes 50 to 70 billion new cells. Whew…oblivion can wait another day. Every moment,
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 Earth Day on April 22, 1970, I was a young faculty member at Calvin College in Michigan, in
Occasionally, I come across something that I know is important but for the life of me, I have no idea why. You know that feeling? That feeling when you feel the significance of a moment or the importance of a piece of information or the gravity of a choice? I’m
Again, from yesterday’s sermon, I’m under no illusion that other people can usually communicate something better than I can. But even so, when I can, I try to use my own voice. But occasionally, I come across something that just needs to be said the way the author said it.
Bob Dylan agrees: “For the times, they are a-changing.” We’ve been having a conversation about the world that we’re finding ourselves in and how different it is from the world of the past. Today is unlike yesterday. Tomorrow will be unlike today. As it gets better in some ways, it
Right now is not the moment before and the moment ahead is not right now. The movement of time is an ever-present yet mostly unnoticed force on this world. Time marches on and we are along for the ride. The forces of time make this world an ever-changing reality. No