The mark of a certain kind of genius is the ability and energy to keep returning to the same task relentlessly, imaginatively, curiously, for a lifetime. – Eugene H. Peterson, Run with the Horses
Living Mid-Story (Lent 2019)
If we are going to live appropriately, we must be aware that we are living in the middle of a story that was begun and will be concluded by another. And this other is God. – Eugene H. Peterson, Run with the Horses
Watch: Third Week of Advent (Scholar’s Compass)
Watching and keeping awake requires us to live in the present. But we don’t often live in the present.
Best Christian Book of All Time: First Round Update
The first round has closed in the Theology & Apologetics and Christian Life & Discipleship brackets of our Best Christian Book of All Time tournament. Download the updated bracket for your office pools, and head to Facebook to vote for your choices for the Sweet Sixteen. Vote for Round 2! First Round Results Theology & […]