How Karl Barth Almost Ruined a Perfectly Good Sunrise

I am in the Black Hills of South Dakota, alone and in the dark, waiting for the sunrise . . .


Mark Lucas

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I come

No one wants to come / just as they are / to the Lord . . .


Renee Emerson

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Choosing Between Culture-Making and Soul-saving

We stepped out of the car into the grassy, gravel courtyard of the evangelical Ethiopian church . . .


Steven Rodriguez

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Choosing Between Culture-Making and Soul-saving

We stepped out of the car into the grassy, gravel courtyard of the evangelical Ethiopian church . . .


Steven Rodriguez

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Choosing Between Culture-Making and Soul-saving

We stepped out of the car into the grassy, gravel courtyard of the evangelical Ethiopian church . . .


Steven Rodriguez

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Though There Are No Grapes

The phone rang with a call that would change our lives . . .


Piet Koene

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Plan A

God did not have an original Plan A, which was followed by a Plan B . . .


Daniel Boerman

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To Martin, on His Wife, the Original “Opt-Out”

Katherine, Kette, hidden / in herring barrels . . .


Renee Emerson

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Faithful Betrayal

He asks his readers to consider if, in order to be faithful to God, we might need to betray our faith . . .


Scott Monsma

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Justice: It’s God’s Thing

Modern day Christians are still debating the call to do justice in the local and catholic church . . .


Christina Edmonsdon

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Sport at the Deep End

Shafer’s goal is to present a theology of sport that opposes the use of performance-enhancing drugs and technologies in sport . . .


Chad Carlson

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