Resurrection Letters by Andrew Peterson seeks to draw the listener into the events at the heart of the Christian faith.
I realized my smartphone had become my centering point — or rather, my decentering point.
My three-year-old son poured water over my hand with a little shell, anointed my hand with some olive oil in the sign of the cross, and handed me a candle — over and over and over again.
As the king of all, Jesus could have come down from the cross, as the bystanders dared him to do.
We love the ease and convenience technology gives us, but we have traded something precious in embracing the next iGadget.
Most VBS curricula pander in pathetic ways to pop culture, skimp on thoughtful interpretations of Scripture, and leave kids with throwaway craft projects and a thin version of the Christian faith.