Illustrations by Ned Bustard If the winter weather inspires you to curl up with a book, your cozy reading chair can become not just an escape but a classroom. Time spent reading can be time spent ...
“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
It is through culture — and particularly art — that humanity explores the deeper nature of reality. Out of the overflow of the heart, the artist creates.Read the Article
It is a worthy calling, to yield our gifts and abilities to the Lord as we seek prowess in our respective endeavors. It is not hard to imagine how the world would thrive when filled with a people pressing forward in their calling, being blessed and blessing in return. It looks and feels like shalom.Read the Article
Though dozens of events are planned this year to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Mark Ryan hopes that Covenant Theological Seminary’s (CTS) lecture series, Sept. 29-30, will examine the milestone with a unique perspective.Read the Article
My prayer is that a spirit of Christian charity will help us look beyond the extremes and keep us from trading in unwarranted caricatures. There are principles associated with these practices that are worth understanding and defending.Read the Article