Sharing the Good News with Seniors

“Productivity defines our lives, so ageism stereotypes older adults. Seniors’ abilities decline, and adult children are reminded of their own mortality.  The adult children’s own fear of aging can unintentionally isolate their aging loved one.”

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Slip-Sliding Away: Evaluating the Slippery Slope Argument

Theological commitments become dangerous (or slippery), not when they differ with the Westminster Standards or Book of Church Order per se, but when our theological conclusions are informed by an impoverished theological method.

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Embodied Hope

We must deal with pain and suffering truthfully — as Scripture does — and following the example of Christ.

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Waiting for the Lord

The message of Christmas is that God entered into our humanness. In some mysterious, miraculous way, the Creator became one of the created — one of us.

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A Thanksgiving List

When asked what they’re thankful for, 85 percent of Americans say their health and/or their family. So it’s no surprise that nearly 90 percent of us will be sharing Thanksgiving dinner with family.

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