A young couple mourns and celebrates the passing of time as they visit the small town of Hospers, Iowa.
Despite his flawed methods, one of the most radical 20th century political revolutionaries has a worthwhile lesson for Christians.
I thought liberal arts classes would be boring, until I started finding God in every one of them.
What do dates and names from the past have to do with our relationship to culture here and now?
N.T. Wright continues to explore important questions in Christian Origins and the Question of God series.
A few life lessons from the ghosts of my ancestors.
Paul: His Life and Teaching clarifies and expands on the New Testament account of one of Christianity?s first missionaries.
On the links between our spiritual and family trees.
Is fear of militant Islam related to a fear of our own collective Christian past?
Part one in a series of two articles on finding our way through modern horror film.
Marilynne Robinson frees John Calvin from historical captivity in The Death of Adam.
On negotiating a scarred family past to discover true identity.
How do we process what comes from the generation before to benefit the next generation?
A review of the German film Rosenstrasse, set during the successful women?s protest in Nazi Germany.
Joan of Arc, Martin Luther, Galileo?what do heretics past and present contribute to the community of faith?
Reflection on unwritten scripture that come to form the elusive cultural appendices to the Bible.
Stories from personal and family history, told through the art of two manger scenes.
An interview with Jeffrey Keefer about his first season of winemaking and the personal history that led up to it.
A tradition of boating finds its current home in longing.
On one particular hobby that flourishes in all conditions.
A review of the book Affluenza.
A fascination with Sacred Harp singing is more than just a cultural curiosity.
A particular European heritage exemplifies the relationship between identity and language.
A new hobby reveals a back yard full of stories and beauty.
A history of 20th century music and films about the kidnapping of Daniel Pearl and what went wrong with the occupation of Iraq.
A living history experience lends a new perspective on food.
Pondering a summer fruit in the middle of winter.
From the discovery of food to the unexplored heights and depths of the edible universe.
Three Rivers, Michigan promises destinations for many kinds of pilgrims, including the reluctant ones.
Everyday things can surround us with the stories of our lives.