Being Still in a Restless Age–by Jonathan Coe

“There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love.” 1 John 4:18 As I write this my heart goes out to everyone who is struggling to find serenity in an age filled with restlessness. Been there doneContinue reading “Being Still in a Restless Age–by Jonathan Coe”

Letters From Fawn Creek

Letters from Fawn Creek by Jonathan B. Coe Carson is a new Christian and graduate student who started an interdenominational men’s Bible study at the university he attends. Keith is the likeable and gifted doctoral candidate who becomes the de facto discussion leader of the study. Things are going well until it comes to lightContinue reading “Letters From Fawn Creek”

The Blessings of a Long Struggle

It’s a familiar story. A person has become a Christian in recent years and is engaged in spiritual practices–prayer, Bible study, meditation, church attendance, fellowship, tithing, and/or the sacraments. They’ve listened closely to their priest or pastor and have developed some formulas that are supposed to help them overcome the problems, sins, and weaknesses in their lives. They’ve heardContinue reading “The Blessings of a Long Struggle”