Step by Step

 I’m a reluctant Christmas decorator. . . .


Carol Van Klompenburg

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We Speak through Nature; Nature Speaks through Us

To an angel, art must seem a very foreign thing indeed . . . .


Lisa J. DeBoer

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Transcription

Let us romanticize a monk, hunched-over, candle-lit . . . .


Nathaniel Schmidt

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Listening to Karl Barth

Barth’s singular love of Mozart’s music is well known. . . .


Anonymous

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Profession

“Though He slay me, still will I trust Him,”/seems a rhetorical boast . . . .


Nathaniel Schmidt

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When Singing Is Like Breathing

Only this singing, nothing else, could so completely feed the bodies and souls of the singers . . . .


Anonymous

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Netflix’s Daredevil: Superhero with a Real Soul

In a year slammed with CGI-heavy superhero nonsense, Netflix’s Daredevil shines . . . .


Robert Hubbard

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Stories That Bring Sermons Home

The preacher needs to acknowledge ‘the grain of real life’ . . . .


Steven J. Van Der Weele

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Kuyper’s Dilemma: The Church

The central conundrum of his work: How should we understand the church?


James Kennedy

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On St. Catherine’s Wheel

 

A miracle happened! Catherine touched the wheel, and it was destroyed . . . .


Dawn Boelkins

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