Editor's Note: This interview was originally published in the spring 2016. Diane Langberg has been a counselor for 40 years. She’s seen things most people can barely imagine: the aftermath of genocide, rape, sexual and emotional ...
Knowing what we know, what will we do? Our sins of omission are great, and our complicity grows greater still as our knowledge of evil increases. To whom much is given, much will be required.Read the Article
Only by the power of the Gospel will teens find that just like Adam and Eve, everything they long for they already have secured in Christ.Read the Article
In this moment, maybe our task isn’t to beat the culture into submission, but to become a beautiful presence within it.Read the Article
“I sand, layer, and scar, wanting to reproduce a piece that has a patina of age. I seek figures and faces that seem to be familiar with the tensions of life. That bear some battle scars. And yet, have victory, even if a crippled or limping one.”Read the Article