Friendship in Exile

Yet how different is our vision compared to the ancient vision of friendship? We stand at the end of a long line of wise men and women who knew the value of friendship and prioritized it accordingly.

Emotional Vulnerability and Lament in Reconciliation

If Jesus wept when he saw the pain of people he loved, then you and I can lament over the pain of past and present racism, even though we know that we will all be reconciled before the throne of God in Heaven.

How Does God Respond When People Have Suicidal Thinking?

There are four things we as the body of Christ can do to bring the love of Christ into the lives of those who are struggling.

The Beauty of Open Doors and Tables

The hundred or so men and a dozen or so women filed into the “dining room” at the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. They were tired. Faces drawn and downcast, they came in as so many do each day. What looked to me like a dining hall in a rescue...

One Childhood

When we invest time, energy, and efforts in our children during their childhood, we nurture and nourish their minds, spirits, and souls forever.

National Suicide Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Awareness Month (also known as Suicide Prevention Month). While awareness is increasing, the numbers of suicide seem to continue to go up as well. What can you do to help?

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