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Are Historic Christian Practices Still Relevant Today?

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Known By Our Gratitude

One of the most powerful virtues in our society, is also one of our least known virtues: gratitude. Gratitude is the key to not only experiencing what communities want, an authentic, thriving joy — but is what Chesterton called the highest form of thinking. Thinking that is bedrock foundational to healthy

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Simplify—It’s Not Just a Nice Idea

Dare of the day: open one overstuffed drawer of your desk, dresser or vanity, and count the number of individual items in it. A dozen? Two dozen? Too many to count? You are not alone. Many of us are feeling weighed down by mass-produced junk, bought on impulse and paid

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Wisdom and Sabbath Rest

Leadership is stewardship—the cultivation of the resources God has entrusted to us for his glory. The Sabbath gives us both theological and practical help in managing one of our primary resources —our time. In Ephesians 5, Paul invokes the biblical concept of wisdom: “Be very careful, then, how you live

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Spirituality for Our Time: Solitude, Silence & Stillness

It’s 7:00 am. My alarm sounds its lofty “Constellation” melody and ushers in a new day. How I would love to stay in bed. But the soul-muscle-memory of years of contemplative practice wins out. So instead of ignoring my alarm and rolling over onto my right side to drift back

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Observing the Sabbath

Are Christians really supposed to keep the Sabbath, or is that just an Old Testament idea with no meaning in our world today? If we did, what would be the effect on our families, our health, our consumption and our world? Matthew Sleeth helps us imagine what role the Sabbath

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