Monthly Archives: January 2020

Foreign to Familiar

I just finished a second reading of Sarah A. Lanier’s book, Foreign to Familiar: A Guide to Understanding Hot- and Cold-Climate Cultures. I got this book maybe ten years ago, when our family was living in the Netherlands. I remember appreciating the … Continue reading

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The Aspen Project at Youngstown State University

The Aspen Project is off the ground! After much prayer, consideration, and conversation, we decided to start with sending our first specially-funded student-intern to Youngstown State University this semester. YSU is one of the larger schools on our list of … Continue reading

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A Tool for Group Engagement in the Psalms

I fully believe and affirm that “all Scripture is God-breathed and useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness.” But as I prepared to preach through Psalm 40 this weekend, I was freshly reminded that studying the Psalms can … Continue reading

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