Does God care about people’s minor decisions? During an election year, exploring God’s relationship to human decisions is timely. The question extends to every facet of human life. Does God … Continue reading Does God care about human decisions?
Most of my days are organized around a schedule. Events, meetings, phone calls, and appointments cram some days or weeks more than others. Quiet days are a respite. Busy ones … Continue reading Time Is a Gift
Dietrich Bonhoeffer writes, “If we do not give thanks daily for the Christian fellowship in which we have been placed, even where there is no great experience, no discoverable riches, … Continue reading A devotion on gratefulness from Bonhoeffer’s ‘Life Together’
People are different from one another. They hold different beliefs, have a variety of experiences, and distinctively relate to one another. Each individual gravitates toward inimitable symbols of value. For … Continue reading Missing the Point
Digital connectivity shrinks the world. Once, a few years ago, I left a hospital visit in Richmond, VA, and began making phone calls and following up on several voice mails. … Continue reading Creating Sabbath in a Digital Age