A Life-giving, Transformative Ordinary BY: Denis Haack It is important to think about answers, but in practice we tend to live into the answers rather than reasoning them out in an abstract way and then shifting gears to put our ideas into practice.
The immigrant who shaped America BY: Denis Haack In all probability, Hamilton is the foremost political figure in American history who never attained the presidency, yet he probably had a much deeper and more lasting impact than many who did.
Non-Christians Reflect on Calling BY: Denis Haack The Christian belief that our lives are significant in the cosmic scheme of things, that our work is pleasing to God, and that he calls us to it is a teaching that brings healing and hope into a world where injustice, toil, and economic uncertainty are the order of the day.
Discipleship in a Secular Age: Engaging the Culture with Charles Taylor and James Smith BY: Billy Boyce Discipleship in a Secular Age is an in-depth, seven-week study engaging How (Not) to be Secular through conversation, film, poetry, and music.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I donít much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
This web site is old and creaky. The email function functions poorly when it functions at all. Worse, it all looks old. So we are starting work on building a new site, and hope to have it functioning by fall.
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