Read More »
My son has recently discovered Where’s Waldo? books.
As a hospice chaplain, I know that the moments I have with our patients and their families can be holy experiences.
There’s been six months of silence between Zechariah and Elizabeth. And then, out of the blue, Elizabeth’s cousin Mary comes for a visit.
When God called us to plant a church, we ran into obstacle after obstacle.
We love to compare, don’t we? We begin to create hierarchies based upon our “blessings.”
Over the course of my life, I’ve experienced many different teaching and leading styles.
Jesus had a reputation for healing and restoring people to wellness, particularly children.
The prophet Jeremiah had a most difficult calling—to speak God’s truth in a time when God’s people rejected the truth.
At least the disciples knew whom to call, and who had the power to save them from the storm.
Long-time editor, Jane K. Swanson-Nystrom says good-bye
Every Wednesday I work with students of Carl Sandburg College to plant an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter on campus.