Why Forgive When It Feels Like There Is No Point?
Ken Wytsma
By Ken Wytsma

Forgiveness. What a tired word. It lacks energy. It sounds like it has a “hmphh” in it. It lands like a thud. For Americans, who love everything to be moving forward—new stuff, exciting and heroic stuff—forgiveness sounds about as exciting as going to the library. It feels old. It looks backward. It’s slowing down to […]

One Phrase to Remember When Everything Goes Wrong
Allison Vesterfelt
By Allison Vesterfelt

I had a few friends come over for dinner the other night and from the very beginning, it was a total disaster. To start with, I finished my work day late and got stuck in traffic on the way home. Then there was this woman in line at the grocery store with 20 items in […]

How the Police are Screwing Up The Story They are Telling
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

I was sitting in a hotel room yesterday watching the riots in Baltimore and wondering what the end-game of this police vs the black community drama is going to be. It just seems to be getting worse. I applaud the many preachers and leaders in the black community of Baltimore who, yesterday, derided their own […]