By Marc Rademaker. Silence is a give-and-take. In some moments, we are called to speak out, and in others we are called to listen.
By Marc Rademaker. I will be the first to admit that silence scares me. Ask my friends, and they will tell you that I often respond to the so-called ‘awkward silence’ with a casual “Sooo..” in an attempt to keep the conversation moving. Silence is uncomfortable – which is exactly why it is so important.
By Andrew Kreye. One of the things I find most fascinating about learning a new language is how it can change the way you think. It can also give you new insight into the language you already understand...
By Marc Rademaker. Maybe part of what Jesus is calling us to right now is to fully realize our need for Him, someone we cannot live without.
By Jonathan Lynch. I have been waiting a long time for his feast day (May 2nd) to come around so I could write this article. His life has all the marks of a crime thriller mixed with an adventure saga and a religious novel: betrayal, manhunts, intrigue, escape, and all the formidable power of his enemies building up into a climactic tower that crumbled at his touch, for in his soul was all the power of a friend of God...
By Jenny Hill. What's the second way you can read scripture, it's actually not in the Bible. Introducing... Liturgy of the Hours!
By Erich Wallace. I decided to share what I’ve been doing to stay engaged during this “downtime.” Maybe you’ll get some ideas to better enjoy your quarantine so it isn’t such a "bore-antine"