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The Power of Prophecy

By Cathryn Buse As we celebrate the birth of Jesus, I love taking time to remember why the circumstances around this birth are so important. It’s not just a heartwarming story about a couple traveling on a donkey and having to give birth in a stable. It’s not just a…

Spreading the Message of Hope

By Cathryn Buse Last week I had the privilege of participating in the pro-life sidewalk ministry outside an abortion clinic. Back in October, I had the opportunity to speak at a 40 Days of Life campaign and since then I have wanted to come out and see what the pro-life…

Dr. Dallas Willard on Women in Ministry

By Melissa Travis I never had the opportunity to meet Dr. Dallas Willard before his passing, but I have gleaned so much through his work and through the work of a scholar he mentored, Dr. J.P. Moreland (a true hero of mine). Since ending my series on gender roles in the…

Christian Art Inspired by the Scientific Revolution

By Melissa Travis I’ve been up to my eyeballs in the history of the natural sciences over the past several weeks, doing research for my forthcoming book on science and faith (formal announcement and further details to come after the publisher has officially nailed down the title and release date).…

Discontent and Thankfulness

By MaryJo Sharp “I would rather be what God chose to make me than the most glorious creature that I could think of; for to have been born in God’s thought, and then made by God is the dearest, grandest, and most precious thing in all thinking.” – David Elginbrod,…

How C.S. Lewis Wrecked My American Christmas

By MaryJo Sharp I grew up dreaming of a white Christmas with Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney. Christmas was about red, green and white. It was about lights on houses, displays in stores and snowy weather. Christmas was a time of stressful hurrying about to make the desserts, see the…

The Ultimate Reason Behind Unforgiveness

By Jean E. Jones What’s the ultimate reason behind unforgiveness? Part 5 of “Forgive Intentional Sin—Don’t Just Manage Emotions.” Forgiving without excusing is hard, so hard it sometimes seems unforgiveness won’t ever let go. When I stopped excusing my mother’s actions as based on ignorance and inability to help herself,…

4 Sins that Require Faith to Forgive

By Jean E. Jones How do we take hold of faith to forgive when forgiving is tough? Part 4 of “Forgive Intentional Sin—Don’t Just Manage Emotions.” Some sins are relatively easy to forgive: unintentional sins and minor wrongs, for instance. Other sins are much harder. Here are four that require…