To Learn and Then Act is Christ’s Way

By Jennie LaFortune

I sit and dance with the cursor— two words forward, one delete back, in rhythm with the collective throb of our country’s pulse of need. It feels odd, even wrong to write about what I had planned, and it feels careless to not write about what is happening in our country, families, friends, and ourselves …

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Natural Habitat

By Megan Wilcox Goates

I recently returned from our family’s annual pilgrimage to Yellowstone National Park, where this weird little vignette transpired: Picture a cluster of rough-rider cabins at Roosevelt, in the isolated northeast corner of the park. I waved goodbye to my sister and her family, who were piling into their car, turned, and walked briskly to my …

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