La versión en español está disponible aquí. Even though I’ve always considered myself a committed church member, I must confess that right now I am having a hard time going back to in-person church. I have faithfully attended virtual church…
By denying women their agency, some Christians are forgetting that women are created in God’s image, and as such they are capable of making their own decisions in response to God’s call in their lives.
The challenges for Baptist women around the world continue to be immense, especially in churches where their gifts and callings are restricted and undervalued. We need to invite girls and women into God’s inclusive way.
Love gets a lot of hype in February. But what kind of love are we celebrating? Too often we concede the concept of love to a cultural definition that adversely affects our relationships, especially at church.
A few ant bites were a reminder about three kinds of relationships that provide a solid foundation for my life, and that I should never take for granted.
While it is true that graduations are visible marks of new beginnings, the reality is that new beginnings may start whenever we are brave enough to decide to make positive changes in our lives. Is today the day?
Positive words are like a tree of life, a honeycomb, salt, or apples of gold that bring healing, edification, benefits, grace, and life. Negative words are like harmful swords or fires that destroy life and bring death.
The truth of the matter is that we human beings are stuck in this small world that we have to share in order to survive. How can we do it successfully?
In my corner of the world, people continue to be interested in the movie Coco, especially after its nomination for an Oscar in the category of best animated feature film. Personally, I started to think about this movie again due to my mother’s recent passing.