Every Day a Feast Day

Many of us have grown up in a culture where our careers define our lives. Often, men and women wear 70- to 80-hour workweeks as a badge of honor, allowing work to usurp church and family time. In my time working in Christian ministries, I had several bosses and co-workers who believed God had called... Continue Reading →

Forgetting to Remember

I was in the house of a friend once looking over his bookshelf and noticed a hardback volume of an old favorite of mine, one I’d rarely seen in book stores much less a nice hardbound copy like this one. When I remarked to my friend what a treasure he had, he smirked, then chuckled,... Continue Reading →

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