A guest post written by Anne Stearns Condon from Thousand Oaks, California The narratives in the Bible that recount the heart of humanity are dear to me. In studying the lives of its characters, I get a sense of their outstanding attributes and how they achieved victory over monumental challenges.
by Don Ingwerson Despite the billions spent on medical research, some health conditions and diseases still appear insurmountable. Take Alzheimer’s disease. When I first heard about this terrible, seemingly untreatable condition, I saw how David must have felt when he first saw the towering figure of Goliath.
by Don Ingwerson There’s probably no way to avoid the conflict that we have all been feeling with public discourse, whether political, environmental, educational, or spiritual. And for many there is probably a feeling of duck and cover or aggressively standing for what feels right. Many question not only what is true or what should […]
A guest post written by Diana Colarossi from San Juan Capistrano, California We live in a universe where everything is unique and individual. Even things classified as the same or related can be very different. But all too often these differences are portrayed as division and individuals are offered two choices to remedy this division: […]
by Don Ingwerson We often focus on gratitude during a holiday or special occasion, and doing so can fill that time with a special sense of purpose by stimulating feelings of joy and good will. But if gratitude is so good at those times, why shouldn’t every other day also be an opportunity to take […]