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Emily C. Heath
Have you ever known someone like Job's friends? Someone who comes in during the midst of tragedy and tries to find an easy explanation for what happened?
Paul reminds the Christians in Galatia that for them freedom is never an end in itself.
A couple months after I finished chemotherapy, when my hair was just long enough that it could have been a cute lesbian hairdo instead of a chemo patient's, I went to Zumba for the first time.
If the heart of the gospel is that everybody gets to grow and change, our various job descriptions should always be open to review.
Seeing the face of God is our purpose.
Beware of the possible side effects is the message of the day. That warning is also at the heart of all the teachings of our faith.
When I need to get a piece of writing perfect, I take the advice of a Middle School English teacher who taught me to read backwards.
Kenneth L. Samuel
God orchestrates the delays and the disappointments and the detours of our lives to teach us the value of patience.
The realist's explanation of the miraculous feeding is that Jesus shamed the crowd into sharing their bag lunches. The dreamer's explanation is that it was an out-and-out, nature-defying miracle.
Don't be alarmed, but I have recently come to the realization that I may be wrong about some things.