It seems that for every ancient sin, there is a social media app.
In her book, Overachievers: The Secret Life of Driven Kids, Alexandra Robbins documents an unhealthy culture of excellence and overachievement among middle and upper class American youth.
Stop. Wherever you are. At work. On the train. Checking email in bed. Whatever you are worried about – whatever you're fearing, dreading, planning – that thing that you can't get out of your head: Have you prayed about it?
In her new book Radical Candor the management guru Kim Scott (a veteran of Google, Apple and Twitter) gives us a new framework for how to be the best boss: care personally, and challenge directly.
The Psalm doesn't say why, exactly, the deer is panting, so the hymn writers fill in the blank: the deer is being hunted.
I've walked the nature trails around our neighborhood pond many times and seen rabbits, birds, even the occasional deer.
If you're a parent, or if you've cared for a child overnight, you'll recognize this drill: Read story, say prayers, position bunny, plant kiss, douse lights, tiptoe out.
Kenneth L. Samuel
Liberation Theology is a lens through which God is understood and related to as the Divine Being who sets us free from the sins of every kind of oppression.
The church I serve is near the Moody Bible Institute.
Hardness of heart is a spiritual matter in love relationships, divorces, between siblings – and in the garden.