- Ravi Zacharias | - December 27, 2016
To Fyodor Dostoevsky, the parable of the prodigal son was a lifeline. Though an outcast in a Siberian prison, he....
- Jill Carattini | - February 27, 2015
Amusement parks had always been destinations of choice for my family while I was growing up. It didn’t matter....
- Margaret Manning | - February 26, 2015
Is Christianity a delusion? In the vast array of worldviews, which message do we believe and how do we know if it’s true?....
- Bethan Mingle | - February 25, 2015
Kathleen Norris tells a story of a little boy who wrote a poem called “The Monster Who Was Sorry.” The poem....
- Jill Carattini | - February 25, 2015
In the January 2, 2015 issue of Science magazine, I read a troubling article. Two researchers—one a cancer geneticist....
- Margaret Manning | - February 24, 2015
It was a cold February at Christ of the Desert monastery, high in the mountains of northern New Mexico.....
- Jill Carattini | - February 23, 2015
On May 6, 1937, radio commentator Herbert Morrison sat at the Naval airbase in Lakehurst, New Jersey waiting for the....
- Jill Carattini | - February 20, 2015
Even a casual reader of the Bible cannot help but notice many bold and staggering promises made concerning prayer.....
- Margaret Manning | - February 19, 2015
Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. They were words....
- Jill Carattini | - February 18, 2015