A Slice of Infinity

A Slice of Infinity

"A Slice of Infinity" is aimed at reaching into the culture with words of challenge, truth, and hope. So often we're presented with rather disconcerting options when dealing with matters of great importance such as truth, good and evil, and the meaning of life. Many people today find themselves wanting something to hold onto, but do not know who or what to believe. We understand the confusion and cynicism that are so much a part of our world, and recognize the longings of the human heart. By stirring the imagination and engaging the mind, we want to share the beauty and truthfulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "A Slice of Infinity" is essentially our gift and invitation to you, that you might further examine your beliefs, your culture, and the unique message of Jesus Christ.

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  • What Is Countercultural?

    Some years ago a group of Christian thinkers were asked to answer the question: How can followers of Christ be....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - November 11, 2015

  • Holding on to Hope

    “Do not be afraid,” my instructor encouraged me as my horse continued to back up getting closer and closer to....

    - Margaret Manning  |   - November 10, 2015

  • Out of Place

    I have not spent much of my life as a foreigner, though my relatively short bouts with being a cultural....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - November 9, 2015

  • Out of Obscurity

    A trend continues to take place in the online world of anonymity. Several websites offer the opportunity to air one’s....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - November 6, 2015

  • Vapor and Hope

    The last few years have been a time when many familiar things, many things we take for granted, have not....

    - Stuart McAllister  |   - November 5, 2015

  • Lightening the Darkness

      They told me to give it three weeks. “Your eyes and your brain are getting reacquainted again,” he said.....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - November 4, 2015

  • Lost and Found

    Growing up, I had a pathological fear of getting lost. It didn’t matter if it was in a nearby cornfield....

    - Margaret Manning  |   - November 3, 2015

  • My World

    There is something about an inbox that subtly (and not so subtly) conveys the notion that we are important. With....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - November 2, 2015

  • Wasteful Love

    In 1969 Simon Wiesenthal penned his thought-provoking book, The Sunflower, which captured the agony he personally experienced in one of....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - October 30, 2015

  • God Speaks

    Some time ago I found myself speaking at a church in Shrewsbury, the birth place of Charles Darwin. At the....

    - Michael Ramsden  |   - October 29, 2015

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