Our study of the Bible often focuses on the Who, What, and When of the story, but less often on the Where. But place is as much a character in the story as any person. Place matters, both in the Bible and in our own lives. To be alienated from the place we live means
Dust on the Prairie Last week, even though I was standing on an elevated train platform, I felt the most connected to the land in a way I haven’t for a while. The sky was painted in watercolor hues of orange, pink, and yellow with purple clouds adding a tinge of mist. This reminded me
The best job that I ever held was at the St. Louis Science Center as a “gallery assistant” in the Fossil Lab. I had a table full of fossils, and miniature dinosaur figures and invited visitors young and old to come to my table to touch, and play, and asked them questions. Why do you
This year, Season of Creation focuses on the Spirit who breathes life into creation, suffers with creation, and renews all creation.