Know Your Identity: You Are Not Defined By What You Do But By Who You Are

Image by Walker4412 I have a confession to make. I got a treadmill for Christmas—last Christmas; I have not used it once. I, like some of you and certainly like most Americans, have made a resolution to lose weight this year. I have resolved to eat better and become more healthy. Why do we make resolutions like this? Why do we make resolutions at all. If you think about it, the act of making a resolution is sort of a confession that you have failed... Read More

The Wonder of the Cross: Reflections on Nails, Wood, and Blood

Good Friday, a day when Jesus was nailed to the cross for us and our sins. Many wanted nothing to do with Him, His teachings, or the life to which He called others. His price was high. Long before crucifixion even was a possibility in the disciples minds, Christ asked them to take up their crosses. He wanted them to serve and sacrifice in such a radical way that society would either embrace or expel them. Such is what Christ endured and what we should... Read More

A Jesus Like No Other: Restoring a Vandalized Portrait of Christ

Standing still with my head cranked backwards staring upward into the vast, seemingly endless pillars which meet the ceiling of the Notre Dame Cathedral, I stood in awe. Not just at the unbelievable architecture but at the massive paintings of Christ and other apostles and martyrs hanging on every wall, low and high. So many portraits cover the walls that one is bound to miss some. I was standing in this cathedral because of my professor. Myself and... Read More

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