On making lists

Faith & Inspiration | The practice has its earthly and spiritual benefits
by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 9/05/19, 10:39 am

I’m a great believer in making lists. This is partly because I have a poor memory, and also because I think it is a good practice of a well-ordered life. My husband doesn’t make lists. Just saying.

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Krieg Barrie

On ending well

Death | Have you thought seriously—and Biblically—about end-of-life decisions?
by Joel Belz
Posted 7/18/19, 02:06 pm

On the face of it, no book focused primarily on the subject of dying holds high promise for becoming a bestseller. Death is hardly the most appealing of all possible topics. And unless the author has actually “been there, and done that,” the book-buying public has reason to be skeptical.

If I tell you as well that this book I want you to read was written by a philosophy and ethics professor at a small college, I realize you may already be turning the page.

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Mindy Belz

A garden of truth

Faith & Inspiration | Tales of scarcity can’t overcome an abundant season
by Mindy Belz
Posted 7/04/19, 03:48 pm

Because nature reflects both God’s design and human experience, in the cool of the day I leave my desk and go to the garden, for truth.

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