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How To Love the Ordinary

Humans love the extraordinary. But we usually feel the ordinary is boring, and we even have a word for it. "Mundane" is a synonym of ordinary, and it means "what lacks interest or excitement." But if the…

20 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
Reasons for God by Carson Weitnauer
Happening Tonight!

Subscribe now Hey! I’ll be hopping on Facebook Live tonight at 8 pm CST. This will be our very first time meeting together since I started this newsletter. I’m excited to tell you about: The unpredictable…

15 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read
Footnotes by Jemar Tisby by Jemar Tisby
Let God Heal You

“Every drop of earthly bitterness will be changed into an ocean of heavenly sweetness.” — St. Henry Let God heal you. Hide not your wounds and your hurts. Present your every tear to God who can wipe them…

14 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read
God's Healing Love (A Catholic Diary) by Jocelyn Soriano
The Disintegration of Beauty & Truth

Christians have uncritically embraced “the ways and means practiced by the high-profile men and women who lead large corporations, congregations, nations, and causes, people who show us how to make money…

14 Oct 2021 • 11 min read
Further Up with Timothy Willard by Timothy Willard
Featured Publication
Tipping Point Quick Hits (10.14.21)

Asteroid Apophis will skim by Earth in 2029. Probably. Yesterday in the Tipping Point Show, I shared an article about the asteroid Apophis, which NASA says will pass by the earth on April 13, 2029, at…

14 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read
Tipping Point Prophecy Update by Jimmy Evans by Jimmy Evans
Episode 439: The ABCs of the Christian Faith with William Willimon

Dr. William Willimon Bestselling author, popular preacher and teacher, Will Willimon, has just published one of his liveliest books, God Turned Toward Us: The ABCs of the Christian Faith. “The challenge…

13 Oct 2021 • 1 min read
Rick Lee James Substack by Voices In My Head Productions LLC
Who is Bad Art Friend? And why I got vaccinated...

Here in Sydney, Australia, we have just come out of a long lockdown, 106 days. Freedom, travel, fear and sovereignty are themes circulating. I reckon I’ll explore a few of these with you today. I’ve invited…

13 Oct 2021 • 7 min read
this is precious by Sarah Wilson
Does History Kill Tradition?

As a teacher of the Bible in an academic setting, a common question that arises in my conversations with students and colleagues outside of my discipline is whether the academic study of the Bible merely…

12 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read
SCRIPTURE by Isaac T. Soon
My summer reading list

Subscribe now Share How about a non-COVID post? I promised I would share my summer reading list a few weeksish ago. Uhm, it’s still kindof summer, right? Ok, maybe not. But I still wanted to share these…

12 Oct 2021 • 2 min read
Friendly Neighbor Epidemiologist by Emily Smith
Huge News for HGS 🎼

Hello! Hope you’re well. Here’s the latest, including a Super Fun Announcement: Wait—Do I Know This One? A brand new episode of Holy Ghost Stories dropped yesterday for your listening pleasure: "The Guardian…

12 Oct 2021 • 7 min read
The Latest by Justin Gerhardt
Embarrassment, Engagement, and Elitism

My friend Mark Galli, a former executive editor of Christianity Today made some interesting observations recently in his newsletter about what he considers as a tendency among evangelical elites (whatever…

11 Oct 2021 • 4 min read
One Little Word by Daniel Darling


24 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read
Kavi’s Jezzie Hockaday - Keeping Beauty Alive by Kavi Jezzie Hockaday
Sūrah al-Muddaththir
24 Sep 2021 • 3 min read
Heavenly Order by Munir Eltal
Wednesday Wonder 16
22 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read
Wonder Full by Cara Beth Lee by Cara Beth Lee