Andrée Seu Peterson

Andrée is a senior writer for WORLD Magazine. Her commentary has been compiled into three books including Won't Let You Go Unless You Bless Me. Andrée resides in Philadelphia, Penn.

The wide gate

Parenting | The path to destruction is a twisted form of the path to life
by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 1/14/21, 04:29 pm

Since Time magazine announced God was dead in 1966, people have done their best to manage without Him, notably in relationships. God’s narrow way of one man and one woman monogamously raising offspring has been paved over with multilane beltways, bypasses, and loops that must look sort of messy from angel altitude.

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Car 54, where are you?

Theology | Do we trust God in all things?
by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 12/29/20, 12:29 am

lost my car in Brooklyn. It’s not a long story: I forgot where I parked it. 

“I could have sworn” (a sentence-starter that gets a workout nowadays) it was on Prospect Place between Franklin and Bedford. But when I arrived in the general vicinity a half mile or so from my daughter’s brownstone, as hard as hope tried to conjure a Pennsylvania plate in the chorus line of gold New York tags, there was none.

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The great division

Society | We live in a time of discerning who’s on which side
by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 12/10/20, 01:09 pm

I was invited, out of the blue, to the home of a woman for tea. Just she and I. She is a fellow worshipper at our local church with whom I have only infrequent contact—the occasional Saturday morning prayer meeting with a few other women, a social gathering at her farmhouse a year or two ago. Especially since the virus we have been almost entirely out of touch.

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