Ilya Timtchenko’s lecture at Gordon College challenged my assumptions about the war.
A Christian Perspective on the Enneagram
The Enneagram provides a helpful framework by which we might better understand each other.
Jimmy Carter and His Legacy of Kindness
A reflection on the humanitarian efforts and impact of Jimmy Carter.
The theology of the monastics is known for its overlap between the spiritual and the physical. How can we better explore this intersection in our own faith?
Revival: A Reflection on Asbury University and Carry the Love
While what is happening at Asbury is good, we must be wary of the temptation to manufacture revival for ourselves.
The Case for Classic Literature
Classic literature speaks to the human experience with timeless relevance.
Life Marches On: A Brief History of the March For Life
Yesterday, pro-lifers marched in D.C. victorious, with the knowledge that Roe V. Wade has finally been overturned.
A Day in the Life of an Abortionist
What does it look like to plead the cause of the fatherless?
Our Beating Hearts: Stories of the New England Pro-Life Movement
The beating heart of the pro-life cause has nothing to do with the ego, but everything to do with loving the individuals most affected by abortion.