Setting An Example

Paul's concern for the Galatians never wanes, even in trying times. We can learn much from his example.

ODB: When Jesus Stops

For days, the sickly cat cried, huddled in a box near my workplace. Abandoned on the street, the feline went unnoticed by many who passed it by—until Jun came along.

Kindred Spirit

When it comes to evangelism, can different strategies, target audiences, and workers lead to confusion, disagreement, and disharmony? By studying Paul's teaching, we can avert this possibility.

ODB: Sweet Sleep

Bad memories and accusing messages flooded Sal’s mind. Sleep eluded him as fear filled his heart and sweat covered his skin. It was the night before his baptism, and he couldn’t stop the onslaught of dark thoughts.

ODB: Not Luck, but Christ

Discover magazine suggests that there are around 700 quintillion (7 followed by 20 zeros) planets in the universe, but only one like Earth.

ODB: Better Together

Søren Solkær spent years photographing starlings and their breathtaking spectacle: murmurations, where hundreds of thousands of starlings move in fluid motion across the sky.

His Will and His Way

In Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, the young lovers lament about how true love will always face great obstacles, especially when those involved come from very different ethnic, cultural, and social backgrounds.

ODB: Welcome the Stranger

In Everything Sad Is Untrue, Daniel Nayeri describes his harrowing flight with his mother and sister from persecution through a refugee camp to safety in the United States.

Look for Grace

Author Philip Yancey, in What's So Amazing About Grace?, tells of a comparative religion conference where experts from all over the world debated what, if any, belief was unique to the Christian faith.