We need God. We long for God. And no, God does not feel the same way about us.
The clergy sexual abuse crisis is not born from a lack of sexual partners, but from disordered sinful desires acted out in predatory ways.
As a work that deals with the age-old questions of human motivations, wants, and fears, Befriending our Desires remains highly relevant
Winning accolades or recognition doesn’t leave us satisfied, but leaves us wanting more.
Faith, hope, and love — those absolutes of the Christian life — are instances of desire.
In The Horse and His Boy, it is Aslan’s beauty that elicits Hwin’s remarkable response: “You may eat me if you like.”