Staff Reflections

Introduction In 1817, Percy Shelley penned his poem, “Ozymandias,” a meditation on the greatness of human work that is as pointed as it is brief. The...

This…is a humble offering to Him.An attempt to say “THANK YOU GOD” through our work,even as we do in our hearts and with our tongues.May...

The world of high-performance sport is marked by dreams and hopes, and by hard work, putting your body through intense, painful, and relentless exercise. It...

Growing up, when I had lost something, I would often ask my mum, “Have you seen my…?” She would then suggest some obvious place that...

I am not in the habit of assigning nicknames to legendary authors. Even if I was strongly encouraged to try, I don’t think I’d ever...

“Then God said, ‘Let us make human beings in our image.’” (Gen 1:26) “Certain things,” writes philosopher Josef Pieper, “can be adequately discussed only if at...

Since its publication in 1680 Joachim Neander’s hymn, “Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König der Ehren,” has been sung in Christian worship as a magnificent...

I answer that it was fitting for Christ to be buried… because by Christ’s rising from the grave, to them who are in the grave,...