Musings: April 2019

A worn banister sits at the center of a colonial-era farmhouse in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. There, the winter of 1777-78 brought deep suffering, privation, and grueling labor in freezing cold with the goal of building adequate housing for the Colonial Army--two thousand small cabins. Once his men were settled, George Washington took up residence--along with… Continue reading Musings: April 2019

Where Faith and History Intersect

In this election year, I've heard it said that foreign policy doesn't fit on a bumper sticker.  True enough, and I would go on to say that theology doesn't either, but that doesn't stop us from trying to put it there.   One bumper sticker that's been around for decades reads:  "Prayer Changes Things."  You've… Continue reading Where Faith and History Intersect