Pat, We’re Praying for You

Sad news about Pat Summitt: KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee’s Pat Summitt plans to coach “as long as the good Lord is willing” despite recently being diagnosed with early onset dementia. In a statement from Summitt released by the university on Tuesday, the Hall of Fame coach said she visited with doctors at the Mayo Clinic [Read More...]

One “T”

When I was a kindergartner, my teacher wrote everyone’s name on the board and one by one called each of us to the board to find our name and erase it. When she came to me, I informed her that my name was not on the board so she passed me by, moved to the [Read More...]

Mentors like Jesus (Arise Newsletter)

Rev. Dr. Young Lee Hertig is a founding member of ISAAC (Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity) and AAWOL (Asian American Women On Leadership). She is a director of ISAAC-SoCal and AAWOL. She teaches in the Global Studies and Sociology Department at Azusa Pacific University. She is an ordained Presbyterian clergy, and a [Read More...]

Being Human 9 – Resurrection, Adam, and our Future Hope (RJS)

The final chapter of Joel B. Green’s book Body, Soul, and Human Life: The Nature of Humanity in the Bible deals with the resurrection of the body. The Christian hope is in resurrection, without this death wins, evil can win, and we have nothing. As Paul says, without the resurrection our faith is futile. The [Read More...]

Do You Believe in… “optimal grace”?

The best book I’ve read on hell is by Jerry Walls, and it is called: Hell: The Logic Of Damnation. Not only is the book readable, and not only is the book alert to the scholarship on this heavy topic, but it lands on fundamentally important ideas that make us think, and re-think, what we [Read More...]


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