Adversity happens. Some people display resiliency and manage to bounce back from their trials. Still others actually grow from their trials. How can this be? Lynn Underwood writes on post-traumatic growth.
How can the American church respond to brothers and sisters who suffer at the hands of ISIS?
Phileena and Christopher Heuertz, co-founders of the Gravity Center for Contemplation and Activism, open up about Christian spiritual formation in psychological perspective, intellectual humility, renewing the mind, a Christian response to suffering, and a vision of wholeness in a world of extremes.
Working within the framework of C.S. Lewis' Four Loves, Theologian Adam Johnson explores the connection between Christ's atonement the various expressions of love.
How can the humility on display in Jesus's life and teaching inform the definition and acquisition of humility?
Some evil wreaks suffering and trauma beyond words. Bethany Haley Williams, Ph.D., shares how the power of artistic expression can open channels of healing even in such devastation.
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