Although the words themselves remain static and unchanging, God speaks in new ways to each generation and each individual as they read the ancient text. Writing in the Bible—whether that’s underlining words, drawing question marks or exclamation points in the margins, or scrawling notes in the white space—is one way to “carefully investigate” the word of God and to encounter the living Spirit within it.
Intergenerational Friendships: 3 Tips for Stepping Outside Your Age Bracket When Making FriendsBusted Halo
Intergenerational friendships, which allow us to learn from people who have experienced more of life than us, and others who are seeing the world with fresh eyes, make life richer for all parties involved. Taking time to engage in activities, practices and conversations that promote the sharing of wisdom across ages benefits our individual lives, our communities and our world.
An Unlikely Inspiration: What King Herod Taught Me About Keeping My WordBusted Halo
King Herod is hardly the exemplar of good judgment and moral living, but his commitment to keeping his word provides good food for thought.