I've gotten used to popular TV shows going the after-school special route and highlighting some issue or another. Granted, it boosts their ratings, but it also brings attention to issues that need attention.
Driving home from Seattle, the rain was both daunting and beautiful.
I was wrong.
Imagine trying to figure out the earth, while living on a grain of sand on a small island in the middle of the Pacific. What could be known of snow, of plants, of wolves? Not much.
For many in the US, Halloween is a time to dress-up as a character from a movie, a politician, a witch, vampire, and
Nearly five years ago my friends, Hector and Gabby and their five kids, entered the U.S. legally from Mexico in order to join the pastoral staff at my church, Willow Creek.
Recently, the Conservative Bible Project has made some headlines.
If there had been a way to power-wash my brain, I would have done it.
The gender discussion in the church today is captured succinctly by New Testament scholar Gordon Fee in http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102710879856&s=5547&e=0012JIqccVLH7ea6GyBLMz
What could be more joyful than rediscovering our God-given role as caretakers, stewards, and lovers of creation?