Living into Vulnerability

by Casey Hobbs Asking for help is bold, even courageous. Asking for help requires a confession of neediness. It involves great vulnerability. Perhaps this is why, when faced with a complex decision such as a marriage partner, a career, or even a calling, the easiest response is to internalize the process. Choosing vulnerability seems too […]

Is Reality Secular?

by Mary Poplin My father faithfully took us to church each Sunday. With its towering stone structure, dark wooden beams, and intricate stained glass windows, the church felt holy. I remember weeping at Good Friday services, as if at the funeral of a dear friend whom I did not really know, yet experiencing great joy […]