Christianity: Now in 3-D and Living Color

by Emily A. Dause (illustration by Caitlin Ng) Life’s reality is very different from what I was taught to expect growing up as a middle-class American Christian.  In that context, church meant traditional families brushed and smiling, all members present.  Religious activities meant coloring books of a clean-cut Jesus and his disciples and Bible stories […]

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 […]