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Are These the 3 Themes of Every Human Journey?

After turning 50, I’ve discovered that my life has been all about the unfurling of just three main themes.

We Don’t Bow to Zeus Anymore, But We’re No Less Religious

Our God is whatever our ‘ultimate concern’ is—the prime thing we try to get meaning and purpose from: be it money, success, family, or a political ideology.

There’s a Word for What I’m Experiencing: Wintering. Maybe You’re Feeling it Too

‘Wintering’ is a word for those times when life turns cold, through crisis or loss, and we find ourselves living at a slower pace to everyone else.

Humility Hasn’t Always Been a Virtue. Here’s How its Meaning Changed

Along with kindness and generosity, humility may be our most-cited quality of a good person. But it hasn’t always been considered a virtue.

Let’s Talk About Identity

Each of us play many roles in life, which each contribute to our identity. But what if you can’t take on the role you always wanted, or lose it?

How to Combat Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories of all kinds are proliferating right now, dividing families and communities, and putting the health of many at risk.

The Breath Prayer

A breath prayer is a simple, short and very helpful in times of busyness and stress as it can be prayed while working or during a short break.

Friends, I Beg You: Stop Passing on Covid Information You’re Not Qualified to Understand

Too many of us are taking on the task of interpreting medical and public health data and procedures we have no knowledge about.

Ready for a New Adventure? Make Sure it Has These Four Things

Whether we’re renovating a house, starting a side business, writing a book or launching a new mission, adventures of all kinds keep our heart beating.

Relax. You Don’t Need to Have an Opinion on Everything

Beware the twin fallacies of omniscience and omnicompetence that lead us to believe we’re competent to judge and speak.

Healing the Wounds of Jesus’ Followers

An investigation into Ravi Zacharias who was found to have systematically groomed vulnerable women over many years has left many believers bleeding.

Six Ways to Tend Your Soul in Times of Turmoil

How can we cultivate, care for and tend our soul in he midst of chaos to stay, well, sane? There are a couple of things you can do, here are six strategies.

Listen For the Voice that Can Only Be Heard in Stillness

In a workaholic age, the healthiest thing may be to spend a few more days in little rooms by the seaside – in restful, prayerful retreat.

Three Ways to Reflect on Your Life

2020 is ending in a rush and the first thing that suffers in busyness is reflection time – the art of seeing the meaning in our experiences.

You’re Both So Different? That Could Be What Makes Your Marriage Work

While you and your spouse’s differences are real and there every day, when managed well they can help you become bigger, better people.

We Need a New Renaissance of Faith. These Three Commitments Can Help

The world is in a mess. Many Christians are falling for conspiracy theories. We need a new renaissance and these commitments can help deliver it.

Don’t Be Ruled By Your Fears

What are you running from? Where are you running to? This short story will have you longing for the freedom of wide open fields.

The Day I Met My Seventeen Year-Old Self

What would you say to your seventeen year-old self if you met them face to face? One strange afternoon I had such an experience.