Devotionals by Molly Baskette

Devotionals by Molly Baskette

What You are Getting Into

Molly Baskette

Last month, four American soldiers died, ambushed on a routine mission in Niger.


Altar Egos

Molly Baskette

When I was in college, Halloween was our high holy day. 


Ruinous Empathy

Molly Baskette

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.


Never Remember

Molly Baskette

The memory of the national tragedy that befell us on September 11, 2001 turns 16 years old today.


The Friday Feeling

Molly Baskette

But it was more what she was leaving than what she was going back to that upset her.


Nerds for Jesus

Molly Baskette

The YA fiction writer John Green redeemed nerdiness for us all.


Shikata Ga Nai

Molly Baskette

There is always something that can be done, especially by those with privilege. 


All the News that's Fit to Pray

Molly Baskette

I'm trying to make it a spiritual exercise by praying my way through the news instead of simply gorging on it.  Praying in this way may not change the situation, but, as they say, it changes me.  


Safe Arrival

Molly Baskette

It might seem counterintuitive that a Christian would be afraid to fly. And aren't we supposed to have dealt with irrational fears and a propensity to worry, simply because Jesus told us to?


Hateful Christians and Certain Love

Molly Baskette

I'd rather be a generous sinner than a parsimonious saint.