Our church has been working for a few years now to shift the culture to more of a frontline focus. We have been able to make small shifts that are changing the way we think and live in community together.  From my perspective, one of the largest drivers of change has b...

As a lawyer, there is a clear sense of social structure.  However, as a Christian, I have worked to not let those divisions impact how I interact with others at my firm.  And over the years, I had formed a friendship with our stockroom supply manager. It turned out tha...

Since I was little girl I was captivated by the heroic missionary biographies of self-less women like Amy Carmiachael and Gladys Alyward. I knew that I wanted to be a missionary because I wanted to serve God every single day of my life in a meaningful way.

In pursuit of...

Luke 19:45-48

I recently came to see this passage in a whole new way. Previously, I had imagined Jesus forcefully addressing the unjust practices of the moneychangers, then moving on to other things, but verse 47 tells us that “every day” after this, He continued to tea...

Biological research can be a dark place. It can be dark because of the vast, uncharted territory that we just don’t understand yet. It can be dark because of, paradoxically, a prevailing overreliance on visual observation in the present. For many, it’s a place without...

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