By: Sabrina Peters
God is far more interested in who we are when no one’s looking, than the image we present to others. Character always trumps reputation. Our character is the sum of our values, our thoughts, our words and our actions.
By: Yvette Cherry
This is the scenario: you’re attending the 5th birthday party of a kid from your kid’s class (you can’t leave because you’re still in that super awkward stage of supervised play dates with strangers) OR you’re standing in the foyer of your church after the service ends OR you’re at a professional development gathering with a bunch of colleagues. (Choose one.)
By: Michael McQueen
In an age where daily life is lived at breakneck speed, are we losing the ability to enjoy downtime to our own detriment?
By: Sheridan Voysey
I never set out to talk about dreams this much. But ever since the release of Resurrection Year – a memoir about starting again after a broken dream – I’ve found myself answering lots of questions about them.
By: Rachel Doherty
A midlife crisis sounds like a rite of passage, about the time we face the emptying nest and menopause. But there are points in life when circumstances force us to look deeper at what we do with our time, energy and money. And rather than having a crisis, it might be time to pivot.
By: Sam Chan
Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) is the origin story of Han Solo.
His name says it all. He is alone. Solo.
No parents. No friends.