The Loneliness of Jesus

The Loneliness of Jesus

“Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.” Mother Teresa  About a week ago, I saw the above image – Photoshopped from DaVinci’s famous painting of the Last Supper – of Jesus practicing social distancing while dining virtually with his disciples.  I thought it was hilarious and made sure to share …

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Guest Blog Post :: Mara Family

Guest Bloggers: Mike & Ann Mara Kijabe, Kenya, is a small village situated about an hours drive from the bustling capitol city of Nairobi. The main road out of the city winds its way up over 8,000 feet elevation along the rim of the Great Rift Valley. As one slowly ascends in elevation, the views …

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Higher Education: A Victim or Catalyst of Consumer Culture?

Editor’s Note: Melissa is the Vice President of Development at Kilns College. By Guest Blogger: Melissa McCreery “How can a writing class possibly help me land a job as a aerospace engineer?” “Which class looks better on my resume—Biochemistry or Spanish?” “Do employers look favorably on applicants who study abroad?” Over the course of my …

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It’s easy to see things when there is convergence. I love looking for it when I’m trying to discern what God is up to. When multiple different strands all come together or point in the same direction it is at least worth looking at and praying about. The same thing also shows up when lots …

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