I love my busy. I want meaning and passion, a life filled with purpose and intent. Abundance.
My call is to work for God, whether as homemaker or professional and in all of life's shifting seasons. I still feel torn between my new identity as a mom and my career aspirations.
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.
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?
How do our friends, neighbors, and family members seek and access mental and behavioral health services that will help them in their journey towards health? How do we as Christians and as a society "look after" them, and how can we do better?
To turn the question of truth towards the person of Christ helps us answer the question of how we can know that we can know the truth.