A Country Bumpkin Goes to the Big City

My first job after college was in a large Midwestern, metropolitan area. When I changed jobs and moved back to Indiana, I immediately recognized three differences: (1) less traffic, (2) a slower pace of living, and (3) that people would look you in the eye and say “hello.” This last quality was the most surprising.Continue reading “A Country Bumpkin Goes to the Big City”

Resonating God’s Glory

Instruments make musical sounds due to a physical property called resonance. Every object seems to have a natural frequency at which it will vibrate. It could be a string on a violin, the chamber of a horn, a glass, or even a bar of metal. If the object receives sufficient stimulus at its resonant frequency,Continue reading “Resonating God’s Glory”

A Profound Message of Hope

During Holy Week, particularly on Good Friday, we recall the last moments in Jesus’ life leading up to and including his crucifixion. Through his suffering and death (i.e., his Passion), Jesus atoned for our sins and merited our salvation.   A Question Reflecting on Jesus’ Passion, I found myself asking a question for which IContinue reading “A Profound Message of Hope”