Moral Leadership for a Divided Age

David Gushee and Colin Holtz: 14 People Who Dared to Change Our World

Why Study Moral Leaders From the Past?

Studying the lives of moral leaders from the past can strengthen our ability to discern moral leadership in our own lives.

Why Thankfulness Is Key to Navigating Alzheimer’s

"A big part of how well you navigate hard things in life—whether disease or some other kind of heartache—is going to be determined by what you choose to dwell on."

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Dave Meurer: Navigating Alzheimer’s With Grace and Compassion

I Declare War … on Myself

Levi Lusko: The Battle With Yourself

Positive Thinking As a Response to God

Excerpted From I Declare War By Levi Lusko I have known a lot of people in the church who sneer at the idea of positive thinking, as though it were somehow a...

Who Was Mary From Magdala?

We don't know many details about Mary Magdalene, but here are the things we do know from Scripture and other sources.

Jesus in Jerusalem

Eckhard J. Schnabel: The Last Days

How to Open Oneself to God’s Wisdom

We know that fearing the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, but what does that look like?

When Your Sin Confronts You

Our sin doesn't just affect us. That's why it cannot stay hidden.
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