Ethnocentrism Regardless of worldview or cultural upbringing, we all have ethnocentric tendencies. Ethnocentrism is the way that we evaluate other cultures according to preconceptions that are based in an indiv[...]
It sounded like a really good idea. My husband was working late in Valparaiso, an hour and a half west of us. Knowing he would get home late and be too tired to remember, he decided to set his phone alarm for t[...]
A friend and I were having a heart-to-heart in the lobby at church when all of a sudden her eyes widened in panic. She made a beeline for the bathroom. Concerned, I followed to make sure she was okay. I found h[...]
Five hundred years ago this fall the German monk and rabble-rousing reformer, Martin Luther, published his famous 95 arguments or “theses” laid down against the church of Rome. Some would mark this as the begin[...]
“How about that Midwestern welcome last night?” I asked my friend. She was visiting from Alaska and rarely witnessed lightning storms. I knew the storm from the night before was a memory maker. Vicky’s eyes lit[...]
The neighborhood of Pastor Mike and Angela Sciarra in Orange, Calif., are among those communities impacted by this week’s fires in southern California. Yesterday, a mandatory evacuation was issued for the[...]
As I opened my car door, I heard an ear-piercing scream. Looking up, I saw a mother coming toward me pushing a grocery cart loaded with bags with one hand while trying to carry a struggling, screeching child. A[...]
The teen lay on her bed with tears running down her face. “I can’t live like this any more,” she told herself. “I just can’t go on.”Her depression prevented her from getting out Her depression prevented her fro[...]
I can’t imagine what was going through Aaron and Hur’s minds. They were charged with the task of holding up Moses’ arms to help Israel win the war. The significance always strikes me as odd, but I can’t imagine[...]
When I was growing up, I had no shortage of WWJD bracelets from my local church. Other than gel pens, these stylish accesories were the must-haves for any reputable church youth back in the day. What would Jesu[...]
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