One of the biggest struggles you will have in your own life will be against your false self. I know, because it’s my biggest struggle too!
Where do we turn when our fragile identities are constantly in flux, and when our cultural identities cause conflict and confusion?
Better than a dishwasher, Jesus cleans, restacks and reshelves us, to a higher shelf than where we really belong, writes Sam Chan.
Are we merely “human” – just a species? Or are we more? Can we also be “dancer” – people who dance, imagine, create? Sam Chan ponders the famous song lyrics.
Radical expressive individualism – deciding who we want to be outside of the confines of others – isn’t creating the flourishing they promise on the bottle.
Modern psychology affirms the importance of ‘looking up’, or having a spirituality of one form or another, to find our identity, writes Akos Balogh.
You Do You’: it’s about finding your purpose and identity within. But it’s led to more narcissism and a growing mental health crisis, writes Akos Balogh.
Too often our view of how God thinks about us is all wrong. When you know the truth about how God thinks of you, it is the most freeing revelation on earth!
Some people are willing to pay hundreds of dollars for something that they value, but God paid more than what the world says you are worth.
Seattle-based artist, poet and activist Natasha Marin explores what parity would look like in her new audiobook of poems and essays.