Mathematical Justice? March 29, 2017 The opportunity to help train the next generation of mathematics teachers is what pulled me away from K-12 teaching in order to equip future teachers. I want to be a part of training the next generation of mathematics teachers to address the injustices that far too many students have of not seeing play, beauty, truth, justice, and love in mathematics. Loving Mathematically March 28, 2017 For a subject so closely associated with pure, objective reason, mathematics inspires a surprising amount of emotion. For those who have experienced math as an inscrutable collection of symbols and rules, the most common emotions may be fear, loathing, or anxiety. For others, however, math inspires passion, even love. Culture as Divine Gift: The Future of In All Things March 27, 2017 We believe that Christ has called us to look for him in the difficult places—places that challenge us. This is how we hope to grow into maturity as Christians, as citizens, and as people who care about the common good of fellowship with God and neighbor. Exile on E Street: The Pilgrimage of Bruce Springsteen March 24, 2017 As I, like the narrators of his albums, work out the big questions, Springsteen’s music has been both a puzzle and provocation. Not every album was a home run, but for him, that wasn’t really the point as much as it was a true chronicle of his own questions and pursuit of better answers. Our daily devotional essays respond to the corresponding daily Bible readings in the Revised Common Lectionary. Devotions O My Soul Hannah Barker Nickolay Springtime is a great reminder of God’s faithfulness to his creation. Believing in Creation Howard Schaap Preparing for God’s new creation starts with loving God’s creation as we know it. The Lord Does Not Turn a Blind Eye Jenni Breems God sees and responds to the injustices in our world.