Editor’s Note:  This post originally appeared February 27, 2012.  We are re-posting it, for this Ash Wednesday. Last week marked the beginning of Lent.  Many Christians—including a growing number of generally non-liturgical evangelicals—observe the forty-day period preceding Easter as a somber time to fast, repent, and prepare to remember Christ’s death and, ultimately, […]Continue Reading
                        Editors Note: This first appeared on March 3, 2014 on the author’s blog, aboutproximity.com   It was not something I thought so much about. Often, people in the shadows come to light, but the fact that we can do something about it… really […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by: Jake Kampe Conner is a typical mischievous 3 year old that loves to play games.  His favorite game is called “The Candy Game”.  His parents always leave a big bowl of candy on the living room coffee table for the family and guests to enjoy.  One day, Conner began sneaking up […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by: Federico Gutierrez This blog was first posted on Federico’s website which can be found here. Do I praise God because I am fearfully and wonderfully made? To put it shortly, maybe. During this Lenten season I have been fasting from a meal a day, using that time to pray for […]Continue Reading
If and only if we engage in this true fasting, not just depriving ourselves of food or adorning our foreheads with ashes, but “spending ourselves” on behalf of the poor, the immigrant, the fatherless, and the widow, then Scripture promises that, “You will call, and the LORD will answer; you will cry for help, and He will say: Here I am.”Continue Reading
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