My colleague Ingrid Peschke posted an article by guest blogger Kim Shippey that makes one pause and consider an important question. How do I love? Shippey writes: How well I remember the 1990s when friends who were on the brink of Christian commitment latched on to the slogan “What Would Jesus Do?” They stuck the letters […]
by Don Ingwerson Years ago, while leading students on a nine-week bicycle trip through Europe, my wife and I happened to stay one night in Copenhagen, Denmark. That evening we had an amazing opportunity to see unselfish giving at its best.
Does Jesus’ life offer practical insight into today’s pressing issues? My colleague Steven Salt posted a recent blog that is relevant for us to consider. Steven’s article was first published on Cleveland.com and here is what he wrote:
by Don Ingwerson I remember a few years ago when my wife and I ended a Disneyland visit without our usual family around us, which had never happened before. Because we weren’t preoccupied with entertaining the kids, we found we had the time to observe everyone else. And even though there were crushing shoulder-to-shoulder crowds, […]
A guest post written by Scott FitzRandolph from Los Angeles, California Just after graduating from college, I – for the first time – started to read the Bible. The most memorable impact this reading had on me was this realization: Jesus in just a few years did remarkable things – in modern times they would […]