The Social Media Gospel (Book Review)

Adam Jeske reviews “The Social Media Gospel: Sharing the Good News in New Ways,” by Meredith Gould. Read more

Photography as a Christian Contemplative Practice (Review)

Photography teaches us to see, and God is omnipresent. Read more

More or Less: Choosing a Lifestyle of Excessive Generosity by Jeff Shinabarger (Review)…

Jeff Shinabarger’s new book calls us out to excessive generosity. Read more

Fast, Easy Gift for Mother’s Day

Get a mom you know and love this great gift. She’ll love it. Read more

Life is so dang fragile, but not cheap

“Life is so dang fragile,” I wrote in an email to Adam, informing him that the 16 eggs in our incubator didn’t hatch.  They’re a day overdue now—maybe still alive in there, maybe dead.   We put 18 eggs in. I dropped one on the floor at day five.  A smear of blood inside marked a tiny life ending.  Another showed signs of never growing at all and we discarded it at day ten.   There are so many things… Read more

Why is Good Friday Called Good?

A poetic explanation of why the crucifixion of Jesus is called Good Friday… Read more

The Blessing of Busyness

Is there an upside to busyness? Read more

Win a Copy of “Western Christians in Global Mission: What’s the Role of the North American Church?”

Adam Jeske takes a look at an important new book an Christian mission in a globalized world. Read more

Ash Wednesday in an Airport

Celebrating a slow and somber day in an airport, by Adam Jeske. Read more

Raising cross-cultural kids: Don’t force it

Whether in an apartment with kids from a dozen countries, or in the United States in one of the least diverse school districts around, we have made it our intention to raise cross-culturally aware kids.  This month we’ll be posting weekly tips on how to foster cross-cultural and interracial sensitivity in your kids–and your self. Tip #6: Don’t force it.  While it’s good to facilitate cross-cultural friendships, be careful not to push children into friendships they don’t enjoy just to… Read more


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