But we miss the deepest blessing of prayer, of life with Jesus: that is, Jesus himself. Jesus is calling us: “Sit down a while. Eat with me.”
In today’s piece, I will describe how these two “selves” function from a cognitive perspective, including the crucial role our imaginations play in tying the two systems together.
Because writing, I reminded myself, is never really about my story primarily. It’s about the intersection of lives.
Midway through Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, I thought we were witnessing one of the greatest visual experiences in movie history.
When I learned that God also reveals Himself through His creation, I was so relieved.
Today’s lectionary readings all speak of God’s provision, his providential care