Still Going

Still Going

by Darin S. Harris A cardboard box contains the remains of a lifelong career. It holds a coffee cup imprinted with “World’s Greatest Grandpa,” photos of the family, a few books on success, pens, pencils, and a nearly empty package of breath mints, the outer one slightly gray. No reason to rise early tomorrow. No […]

A slave, a shepherd, and a deportee

The Editor’s Desk by Shawn McMullen Some people aspire to greatness; others attain it. Joseph didn’t desire to rule over his family, but the dreams God gave him indicated he would. Relating his dreams to his father and brothers only stirred up resentment. As a result, he was sold to slave traders (Genesis 37:28) and […]

Confesions of a Nosy Neighbor

Confessions of a Nosy Neighbor

by Joy Crichton When we returned home after 10 years as missionaries to South Africa, my husband and I longed to reach our neighbors for Christ. Daily we drove by the 40 houses in our neighborhood and knew what we needed to do first: We needed to make friends. We’d been teenagers in the 80s […]