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 [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. [Read More…]