Seven Principles for Discernment in the News

Seven Principles for Discernment in the News

Seven Principles for Discernment in the News I’ve always loved history, especially political history. As a young teenager, I’d get into lively disputes with my friends after church, usually over the legacy of a past president. It got out of hand to the point that...
How Do We Respond to the News?

How Do We Respond to the News?

How Do We Respond to the News? People don’t trust the news anymore. We live in a day where opposing viewpoints are quickly labeled as “fake news.” Fake news is all too real, unfortunately, but amid all the competing voices, it’s often hard to tell which news is...
Lessons Learned in Quarantine

Lessons Learned in Quarantine

Lessons Learned in Quarantine These are strange times. It’s been less than two weeks since I first wrote about COVID-19 and my life has certainly not become less strange since. After some potential exposure, our family decided to self-quarantine; just a few days...
How Should We Respond to COVID-19?

How Should We Respond to COVID-19?

How Should We Respond to COVID-19? When I first heard about the coronavirus, I wasn’t worried. It was happening in China, far from home, and probably wasn’t a big deal there, anyway. Remember Ebola and the swine flu? Case in point. It was never a big deal, at least...
The Necessity of a Daily Connection

The Necessity of a Daily Connection

The Necessity of a Daily Connection If you read my last two posts, I attempted to make some helpful observations on the positive and negative aspects of tradition. I barely scratched the surface. I’ve enjoyed lively discussions, both within our team and with some of...
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