Archives for Sep 17, 2013 @ 12:13

When you are here…

From Jamie Bruesehoff: You are doing something really, really important. I know it’s not easy. I see you with your arms overflowing, and I know you came to church already tired. Parenting is tiring. Really tiring. I watch you bounce and sway trying to keep the baby quiet, juggling the infant car seat and the diaper bag [Read More…]

Ministering to Seniors

By Michelle Van Loon (now a Northern student!) Since I started writing and speaking about midlifers’ changing relationship with the local church, various friends have pointed me toward a few churches who are making some sort of attempt to minister to their older congregants. As I learned when I offered my survey on the subject earlier [Read More…]

Beware Neuromaniacs and Darwinitis (RJS)

Malcolm Jeeves is a Christian, an emeritus professor of psychology at the University of St. Andrews (one of the founders of the department), and of late he has been thinking and writing about the intersection of mind and brain and the relationship of the psychology and neuroscience with Christian faith and religious belief. His new [Read More…]

The Restoring of the Soul

Do you agree with this understanding of our responsibility before God and capacity? “Humanity was created by God to possess the responsibility for becoming what it wills to become by the sum total of the choices made during one’s lifetime. As such, God requires that humans beings choose (will) to act on the basis of their [Read More…]