The more convinced we are of the exclusive claims of Jesus—that he is the way, the truth, and the life and no one comes to the Father except through him—the more inclusively kind and compassionate we will be.
Excerpted from Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth Elliot
To these men, Jesus Christ was God, and had actually taken upon Himself human form, in order that He might die, and, by His death, provide not only esc
Becoming by Michelle Obama
I’ve been wanting to read this book for awhile and finally had the opportunity to start reading it.
by T.I. Lowe, author of Lulu’s Café, originally posted on Wishful Endings
The South has its own unique set of rules when it comes to manners, etiquette, and just about everything else.
From my boyhood days of reading the Encyclopedia Brown series and The Chronicles of Narnia, books have always been a part of my life. They hold the power to stop time as I enter a whole new world.
Fathers play an important role in so many of our lives. Our lives have been enriched by the blessing of fathers, whether it be biological, adoptive or spiritual fathers.
Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren
This month, I really enjoyed Tish Harrison Warren’s Liturgy of the Ordinary.
At dusk, almost exactly one day after the firefight, the news then began to circulate. The cruel truth began to be spoken.
Choosing five books that changed my life ranks up there with the challenge of choosing one book as my all-time favorite. I love books, so much so I don’t believe in getting rid of books—ever. I tried once.