The Starry Night, Vincent Van Gogh (1853–1890), Oil on canvas, 1889.
It was early September. We had just missed the wildflowers in Tuolumne Meadows; they had gone to seed only a couple of...
An excerpt from Ravi Zacharias' book, " I, Isaac, Take Thee, Rebekah".
Margaret Manning Shull reflects on the importance of asking questions and the distractions that keep us from truly hearing the answers we receive.
John Lennox responds to common misunderstandings about science and Christianity in an excerpt from his new book, "Can Science Explain Everything?"
Jill Carattini explores how listening to a book can amplify ideas we may have missed in reading and invite us to pay attention.
“Sometimes words and ideas can get lost in translation, even with those closest to you,” writes Ravi Zacharias.
The wonder of Christmas is not only that God turns his face to look upon a young peasant girl but also upon you and me. Surely, too, this is the greatest gift we can give each other.
You may have heard me tell the story about the one-time heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali. Ali was flying to one...
Often the act of remembering or revisiting a memory takes us back into the distant past. We remember people, events, cherished locales, and details from days long gone.
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