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  • Images of Light and Darkness

    Light and its reflections help create timeless masterworks of architecture. In the 20th century, American architect Louis I. Kahn transformed architecture and continues to inspire architects today with his use of light…
  • The God of Your History

    Laurence Overmire—author, poet, genealogist, and descendant of several Mayflower passengers— dedicated two decades to tracing his family’s history. In his book, One Immigrant’s Legacy, he writes: “History remembers only…
  • Great Wisdom in Small Books

    Many people today are desperately looking for love, but they don’t know what it is or where to find it. The apostle John gives a simple definition: “This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for…
  • Faith and Faithlessness in the Desert

    In July 1969, when astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin set foot on the Moon, the second person to walk on its desolate surface, he did something unusual—he took communion. After he partook of the elements from the communion…
  • The Gift of Intercession

    Many kids in the 1980s and 1990s delighted in the “Choose Your Own Adventure” children’s book series. Based on the original idea of American author Edward Packard, readers make choices that determine the plot’s twists…
  • Designed by God

    “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost is one of the best-known poems in American literature, easily found in any good poetry anthology. Journalist and literary critic David Orr has written a book, The Road Not Taken:…
  • Galatians: Freedom and Fruit of the Gospel

    Many of us are tempted to add something to the gospel in order to be good Christians. Perhaps it’s political party affiliation—in order to be a “good Christian” you must be a Republican or a Democrat. Perhaps it’s…
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