All of life is lived coram deo--before the face of God or in the presence of God. It’s not about us. We live to glorify God.
As someone who works in the medium of film and video, I find it disconcerting for people to assume I’m not creating Christian art because my films aren’t full of Bible verses or don’t contain the shadow of a cross falling across someone’s face at a crucial moment.
I was struck by this quote, because I have heard it said before that “Christian” is great as a noun, but pretty lousy as an adjective.
Talking about death can be hard for us as adults. We think that must mean it is hard for our kids as well, but that need not be the case.