Confronting the vision of what it means to have a successful career and what it means to be a successful mother.
Jesus, the good shepherd provides and protects his sheep to the point of laying down his life for all of us and then, because he can, he takes his life up again and continues living.
In many ways, we have moved closer to a biblical understanding of the gospel and of life, closer to a worldview that calls Christians to "walk in God's ways" in every area of their lives. And yet, a fundamental problem remains.
In doing the work that we do, we seek to ensure that the dignity of mothers, children, men, women, the elderly, and the young is respected. God has provided us with a world of plenty, making the injustice of hunger so much more egregious.
If Christians are to live out their lives before the face of God, where should they look for guiding principles in how to conduct agriculture?
When I was 22 years old, I went off to Bangladesh as an Agri-missionary. On fire in my call to Christ, I was going to teach the farmers how to farm. Here is what I learned instead.