One of the “joys of dirt” is that many important moral lessons can be learned from gardening. Gardening can serve as a “kind of moral kindergarten,” according to philosophy teacher Rachel Lu.
Although, she “came late to the world …Read more
Shame is a powerful motivator—one of the most powerful! It hurts to feel inadequate, to feel stupid, to be counted among the uncool.
Most people are willing to pay a significant price—sometimes an enormous price—to avoid being an …Read more
Eating is about more than taking on fuel. Whether we realize or not, eating is a window into our most basic beliefs about ourselves and the world in which we live.
“Human beings don’t just eat to live,” …Read more
It goes against the grain of church marketing. There is no praise band and no PowerPoint for either the sermon or the music. The sermons are long, really long! But the typical Sunday congregation is mostly young …Read more
Since its release in May of this year, reviewers have been giving high praise to Got Religion?: How Churches, Mosques, and Synagogues Can Bring Young People Back.
A broad range of experts insist that Got Religion?…Read more
Things seem to be speeding up! Challenges to the Christian faith are becoming increasingly common in many different segments of our culture—from healthcare to business to education to campus ministry. Unfortunately, most Christians are not prepared to …Read more
Few people are as passionate about religious freedom as Os Guinness. He and his family were among the victims of the Chinese revolution led by Mao Tse Tung. The son of medical missionaries, Guinness lost two brothers during …Read more