Written by Jill Redling, edited by Stephanie Smith It’s good to be angry about bad things. It’s good to wrestle with God on behalf of his people. What started for me as a simple prayer a year ago, has turned out to be a spiritual transformation. I prayed that God would give me someone to […]
The lemon and peas really brighten this gnocchi dish, making it light and fresh in the warm months, while the comfort factor keeps it totally crave-able in the cold months.
Mothers have a big job. We direct and influence the habits, beliefs, and behavior of our children. We coordinate, clean, cook, and control chaos. We are constantly adjusting and fine-tuning our little “greenhouses” to create the optimal flourishing environment. But for all that we do, I think we are also the first to notice everything […]
The world as we know it is displaced. Spring break, St. Patrick’s Day, and school testing have been glossed over as a triviality in the sweep of the CoronaVirus. There are real dangers, and palpable vulnerabilities reminding us that we are fragile—even mortal. Yet we would be naive to think that this was a unique […]