Tag: christianity

  • L’Abri Conference Reflections: Christianity’s Liberating Sexual Ethic

    L’Abri Conference Reflections: Christianity’s Liberating Sexual Ethic

    L’Abri is French for “the shelter.” The L’Abri ministry was founded by Francis and Edith Schaeffer in 1955 to provide a hospitable environment for any person seeking honest answers to honest questions about God and truth. Following in that tradition, a L’Abri Conference provides an opportunity through lectures, discussions, and personal interaction to deepen understanding […]

  • Jesus, the Enlarger of Hearts

    Jesus, the Enlarger of Hearts

    It sounded like I was walking on Pringles. The tightly-packed snow, sitting above a layer of freezing rain, crunched with every step. Twenty-four hours was too short a time to spend here; in God-terms, the time was just enough. I woke up in the fishing-hut-converted-spiritual-retreat-cabin with the sound of silence pressing on my ears. Dozens […]

  • An Advent Wrestling Match

    An Advent Wrestling Match

    “There are only two kinds of people in the end: those who say to God, ‘Thy will be done,’ and those to whom God says, in the end, ‘Thy will be done.’” – C.S. Lewis I have a hard enough time following God when I agree that His ways are best for me. My pride […]

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