Politics & Culture

what my children know about Halloween
Posted by | November 10, 2018
What My Children Taught Me About Halloween

It was Halloween. I drove my kids with me to pick up some of our favorite chicken for dinner. Along our way, we drove past a local church—once a Baptist...

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day of the dead or dia de los muertos
Posted by | October 3, 2018
Day of the Dead: A Day Celebrating a Curse

Every year on November 2, the first thing that comes to my mind is Day of the Dead. During this time of year especially—whether you take it lightly, or take...

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in no rush to build a platform of influence
Posted by | August 31, 2018
In No Rush to Build a Platform of Influence

After the third week of homeschooling my daughter in Old Testament history, I won’t survey the account of the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11: 1-9) the same again. The significance...

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Finding Rest
Posted by | January 28, 2018
Finding Rest in a Saturated World of Calamity and Heartache

This week, I’ve been feeling a bit blue. There are headlines in every turn of the social stream, in every hashtag of sorts, in every bulletin, television app, or post....

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