Michele Shoun posted on September 08, 2017
New book out on dementia, and Engaging Our Aging conference invitation!
Julie Cuthbert posted on January 20, 2017
Why, when I suffer, do I question my loving Shepherd’s wisdom as if to tell Him He’s going the wrong way?
Michele Shoun posted on January 10, 2017
How did Christianity spread like wildfire in the first century when it was "on the wrong side of history"? Tim Keller offers an encouraging explanation.
Julie Cuthbert posted on December 14, 2016
What is life worth when there is no God? What is it worth when there is?
Julie Cuthbert posted on November 15, 2016
Can we check sin off our list when we reach old age? Will we ever be “out of the woods” when it comes to temptation? Sadly, no. We’ll always have plenty of opportunities to sin, but perhaps in ways that are the opposite of the sins of youth.
Julie Cuthbert posted on October 12, 2016
Dr. William Toffler, MD, an Oregon physician, recognizes how important it is to listen for what is not being said. How well physicians listen and respond to their patients "has a profound effect... on their view of themselves and their inherent worth."
Julie Cuthbert posted on August 18, 2016
If unbearable pain was the main reason people chose assisted suicide, we would naturally look to doctors to fix the problem. But it’s not the main reason. Unbearable pain doesn’t even rank as one of the top five.
Julie Cuthbert posted on July 19, 2016
Other than perhaps Kumbaya, it's difficult to find a hymn or gospel song strongly emphasizing brotherly care -- especially ones that so powerfully creates a picture for us of carrying one another on this long journey of life. Most of our hymns (very appropriately) sing to or about God, but isn't the second greatest commandment something to sing about as well?
Michele Shoun posted on July 12, 2016
When Life Matters Worldwide's President, Tom Lothamer, speaks in churches, he makes a point of sharing the forgiveness that can be found in Christ after an abortion. He doesn't know who's listening. Perhaps someone with a guilty conscience, or someone contemplating abortion.
Michele Shoun posted on May 02, 2016
God is a defender of the weak and a shelter for the oppressed. Over and over in the Psalms, the psalmist expresses his utter dependence on -- and faith in -- God by saying, “You are my refuge. In You I trust.” It’s wonderful to think of God in this way. No other god has it in its nature to be a refuge (Deut. 32:37-38, Judges 6:31).