Life on the ecclesiastical frontier
In Strasbourg, my husband and I became ecclesiastical two-timers. Once we'd done that, it was easy to become three-timers.
The challenges of African agriculture
The developed world's negligence has produced one of Africa's cruelest ironies: its farmers are its hungriest people.
At the 2009 G8 conference, $22 billion was pledged to agricultural development and food security. This year it was only $3 billion.
Can the Jordan roll again?
The Jordan River is too shallow for Michael to row across, and the shore is a stinking pile of sludge. But something redemptive is happening.
What God Said about Eternity, and the Things We’ve Made Up
A Biblical and Historical Study of the Doctrine of Final Punishment
Why we can hope everyone will be saved
God's "consuming fire" is the fire of holy love. It doesn't await sinners in the future; it burns up sin itself.
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