Historical Relic or Priceless Treasure?

Wind ensemble, academic regalia, inspiring speeches, uproarious cheers from families (who probably paid the bills), and a joyous celebration of thousands…including dancing bagpipes! This was the scene at our daughter Abigail’s recent graduation...

We must love TODAY

“All human life is of equal worth and immeasurable value, from conception to natural death, because man is made in the image of God.” Excerpt from The Journey of a Life-Giver, LIFE International’s training curriculum on the sanctity of human life. Our value to...

Cuban Culture and the Church

Cuba’s culture is filled with contrasts: beauty and decay, wealth and poverty, modern and classical art. Vivid colors, classic American cars, stilt walkers, living statues—these are just a few of the vibrant examples of Cuban culture that I experienced...

Learning from the “Experts”

“This can’t be done here. We don’t learn this way.” That was the host’s response when I asked him if we could arrange the chairs in a circle for a training event, instead of leaving them in neat rows. I went on to suggest that this arrangement would encourage...