Homeless people often approach me and ask for help. Many times I’ve had the one with no place to lay his or her head pray over me and it has ministered to me deeply. Other times I am certain I’ve just been took. And most of the time these two things cross over with one another in some kind of strange blend.
A recent article in Christianity Today is asking: Who’s in Charge of the Christian Blogosphere? In it, Anglican Priest, Trish Harrison Warren, illustrates the expansion of female Christian bloggers online, some of the factors that lead to this boom, and then argues for such bloggers to come under some form of formal authority within the […]
Christians are a highly compassionate people. When I returned from a missions trip in Ukraine this past summer, what I wasn’t prepared for was the strict social contract of what I couldn’t say around fellow believers.