Here are just a few: Continue reading
“Somewhere, in the darkest part of their hearts, all cooks know how different they are from everybody else and relish their apartness.” Continue reading
It must have been church camp when I first heard the story of the cross store, either through a devotional talk or a skit. The story will always stick with me. I have to share it. And I hope you do too.
Three people walk into a cross store, one at a different time of day. I’ve never seen a crosses-only store, so bear with me. A Christian bookstore with lots of crosses. Continue reading
“Dispute it like a man.”
“I shall do so,
but I must also feel it as a man.”
-MacBeth, Act 4, Scene 3 Continue reading
“They have healed the brokenness of My people superficially, Saying, ‘Peace, peace,’ But there is no peace.”
“Would that you, even you, had known on this day the things that make for peace! But now they are hidden from your eyes.”
-Luke 19:42 Continue reading
Is Alex a victim of the modern age? He is certainly despicable in nature, and becomes the focus of society’s pity. And is it because he becomes an issue, the problem of sex and violence on youth?
Oh, but to readers, it is the question of freedom of choice. To Alex’s society, the question is whether we can reform a man permanently. But to us, it’s what we lose if we do. Continue reading
I think the first time I heard the story was at high school baccalaureate. It is apparently an illustration relaying to us how Christian sacrifice works. Continue reading