These are testing times. Where will we find the inner resources to cope with the inherent anxieties ahead and rise to consider others? This prayer may help.
By: Sheridan Voysey Last year an Australian friend came to visit me. When Jason arrived I wasted no time showing him the best of Oxfordshire, taking him to Blenheim Palace, the Bodleian Library, Oxford’s old quarter, and cosy villages with thatched-roof cottages to prove such things really did exist outside of Midsomer Murders reruns. Visits […]
A recent survey found one-in-three Millennials want to be famous with some of them willing to sacrifice jobs and relationships to get it.
If yesterday was the shore, today we push out into new waters. What new lands we might find! New relationships and fulfilled dreams could lie ahead.
In what many felt was a dark year politically and socially, civility ever strained, moments of spiritual longing interrupted the secular norm.
Where would we be without books? What wonder and wisdom we’d miss out on, what delight we’d forfeit. Here’s this year’s edition of my Best Books list.
Recently NASA released some fascinating facts about its Voyager 2 spacecraft. Late last year it left our solar system and now drifts in interstellar space.
People with broken dreams like involuntary childlessness hunger for hope and deep community. And there is much still to do to help them find it.
If you’ve ever been caught in the modern malady of overwork and hyper-productivity, you’re not alone. And this conversation is for you.