How do you simplify your life? Good question! I love the simple life---I think. Last week we went camping, and I thought about simplicity.
Celtic Christians lived an intertwined life of work and prayer, knitting the two together in such a way that the work of the day became the prayer of life.
Do you notice the people who reside in the margins of your life? Take this test to find out how well you welcome the marginal people in your world.
Prayer, fasting, giving and meditating in the Scriptures are all spiritual disciplines. So is worship. Yet, for many, worship has been hijacked to mean something else.
Do you ever have one of those days when life just seems depressing? Most of us do. Here are 10 things to do to climb out of a mudhole of depression.
Years ago my mother had me memorize certain poems with the hope they would inspired integrity and grown-up behavior. "If," by Rudyard Kipling, was one such poem.
Growing up on a cattle ranch taught me a lot about life, people, and God. I submit to you 10 life lessons gleaned from my ranch archives.
Many do not know how to walk with someone through the process of grieving. Yet, this is one of our highest callings—to weep with those who weep.
Having a difficult day? Did you know that one of the most spiritual things you can do when you feel down is to dance?
Most of us live and work with flat people. Seeing people the way they really are is impossible, but we can see them as more than flat.