What this means is that when we write to pursue an area of inquiry in obedient and affectionate response to the call of Christ, our writing is an act of worship that reveals both us and God in the process.
Obedience (Masterclass in Writing, Part 9)
For the past 8 weeks, we have been reflecting on writing disciplines for an academic who believes in Jesus. But for the next four weeks, let’s talk about why your writing is important. I want to speak first about obedience.
Scholar’s Compass Unchartered Territories: Obedience
Further into unchartered territories: Lauri Swann talks about obedience at #ScholarsCompass.
Finding Calcutta: I’m not called to be Mother Teresa, but . . .
As Mother Teresa said, “You can do something I cannot do. I can do something you cannot do. Together let us do something beautiful for God.”