- To Dust We Will ReturnIn the New Year, we must view our time through a divine lens.日本語
- It’s Okay to Cram Before Election DayOur vote is not the reason for the hope we have.
- What Lent Teaches Me About the Vices of TimeFasting resists our society’s expectations about efficiency and instant gratification.Português
- There’s No Such Thing as Time ManagementMaybe productivity doesn’t matter to God in the frantic ways I’ve imagined.españolPortuguês
- From Monks and Bells to Apps and NotificationsThe church used to keep the tempo of life. Now Silicon Valley is pushing the pace—and pulling the church along with it.
- Christians Should Be in the News Cycle, but Not of ItHow believers can stay up on the day’s events without becoming prisoners of the moment.
- How I Cured My Monday Hangover and Summer SlumpMinistry leaders can benefit from paying attention to both divine timing and circadian rhythms.
- The Case for Sheltering in Place Without ScreensOur lives have gotten smaller. We can also make them simpler.
- 5 Books That Help Cultivate a Biblical View of TimeChosen by Michael LeFebvre, author of ‘The Liturgy of Creation: Understanding Calendars in Old Testament Context’.
- The Ministry of AbsenceWhy Henri Nouwen warned pastors about becoming "too available."