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Our Two Spiritual Time Zones
Sandra McCracken writes in an article in CT magazine:
I woke up before the sun on a recent morning, just home from some overseas travel. The discomfort ...
The False ‘Gospel of Hustle’
Author Kate Bowler, associate professor at Duke Divinity School, has fresh insights on the “Gospel of Hustle” that has pervaded American culture ...
Finding Grace in the Sunrise
Singer-songwriter Sandra McCracken shares insight of how an early morning flight changed her perspective on her problems:
One morning I boarded an early ...
We're Like an Eight-Year-Old Boy with a Broken Toy
Imagine an eight-year-old boy playing with a toy truck and then it breaks. He is disconsolate and cries out to his parents to fix it. Yet as he's crying, ...
C. S. Lewis on the God We Think Will Satisfy Us
What would really satisfy us would be a God who said of anything we happened to like doing, "What does it matter so long as they are contented?" We want, ...
Olympic Figure Skater Paul Wylie on the Christian Life
At the 1992 Winter Olympic Games in France, American figure skater Paul Wylie won the silver medal. The victory came after a disappointing tenth-place ...
What Dog Owners Can't Live Without
Things dog owners can't live without:
- Significant other: 54 percent
- Computer: 50 percent
- Dog: 48 percent
- Coffee: 35 percent
- TV: 35 percent
- Car: 26 percent
Choosing Junction City, Kansas, Over Disney World
My pastor decided to pull a vacation surprise on his four children. "We're going to Junction City, Kansas," Peter told them. "It's where my dad used to ...
Our Preposterous Fantasies
God has made [our] fantasies … so preposterously unrewarding that we are forced to turn to him for help and for mercy. We seek wealth and find ...
Denying Our Hunger Means Missing the Blessing
Spiritual hunger is a precondition to God's blessing. The problem is, we are in denial about our condition—or we are taught to be in denial. When ...