Can you “sing in the rain” if it’s not actually raining? How denial can cheapen joy.
The gospel’s sweet refrain grows and spreads in the same way that Laszlo’s song spread: by appealing to the heart’s desire for all that’s good and true and beautiful.
Looking at how these silver screen stories from various points in history bind us together gives me hope.
With so many external forces shaping our thinking, is change possible? What is necessary to renew our thinking?
This is the message of hope we need, because stress and anxiety can overwhelm us, head to toe, blurring our thoughts into a muddy mess.
Do you see the glass as half empty or half full? And how does this affect the conclusions you reach?
We all want people—and life—to be tamed and to make sense, so we sort and label things based on whatever information we have available.
Being “ready” for Christmas is code for gathering up the stuff we give and dreaming of all we hope to receive.
If Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, why do I feel so sad?
So much of the friction I see among Christians starts here, with the assumption that unity equals groupthink.