How we view disability and treat those who live with it matter. And, as with every other life topic or ethical question, our best guide is the Bible . . . All our best intentions and attempts at inclusion will miss the mark unless they grow from and by biblical truths.
If God wants our sanctification so badly, why doesn't He just skim off our old selves and slip on the new in an instant? Why make us endure the wait?
Trusting God’s purposes is hard enough when bad things invade our lives. But what about when good things leave? When instead of facing an enemy, we face simply...emptiness?
This is more than positive thinking. It's even more than counting our blessings. It isn't just admiring good things; it’s looking through the goodness to its Source. And it's committing to seeking that Source with our entire selves, all our lives, no matter what we go through.
I turn to poetry because it can speak in ways that prose can’t. We can pray, even sing, through poetry.
I get tired of fighting the God who controls everything. And I think He loves me, which makes it worse.
At its core, Easter is a celebration of the central events of Christianity, the events that launched the faith and on which our hope is based: the crucifixion, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ for the world’s salvation.
How does a focus on spiritual health and belief in the Resurrection fit with rare disease advocacy?
What can a dog teach us about embracing the hope God offers in Christ?
In some ways, our cat Evangeline isn’t all that different from the Good News of Christ.