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Let Them Question

A faith that does not ask questions stagnates and maybe even risks death. A faith however, that seeks after Christ and wonders about the mysteries of an unseen God is alive and fresh and can be more readily equipped to handle the examinations the world may throw at us.

Let Them Question

The Smallest Thing

In the work of social justice, liberation precedes reconciliation. Yet, says Douglass, neither can occur until our bodies get involved.

The Smallest Thing

Autumn: Gathering Time

The cycle of planting and harvest is hard-wired into us. Hampton Wright offers that we can stay attuned to this cycle and gather momentum for daily life through prayer.

Autumn: Gathering Time

The Art of Spiritual Writing

The mystery and beauty of good spiritual writing is its power to minister to the reader. For this to happen, Hampton Wright says, the writer must conceive of the work as ministry.   

The Art of Spiritual Writing