Are We Old Enough to Read Fairy Tales?
When did you stop reading fairy tales? Were you eight…ten…twelve? Maybe you’ve read a fairy tale to a child as an adult and actually been caught up in the story–wanting…Read Full Post
Summer Reading Plans
Summer doesn’t technically start for three weeks, but since my kids are out of school and it is 107 degrees in Phoenix right now (!!), I’ve been thinking, along with…Read Full Post
Take This Job and…: How to Overcome our Limited Ideas of Work
There was a thought-provoking article in the Sunday New York Times recently called, A Life Beyond “Do What You Love.” In the article, Gordon Marino, offers a critique of a mantra of our…Read Full Post
Science vs. Faith?: Investigating the Mystery and Beauty of the World God Made
This week the New York Times reported about a controversy at Bryan College over a requirement that all faculty affirm that Adam and Eve were, in fact, historical people. This is significant because…Read Full Post