The year was 370. We remember the story of St. Regulus' fantastic escape with the relics of St. Andrew. The reading is from Anne Brontë, "The Penitent."
Sunday, October 25, 2020
The year was 1400. We remember the poet, servant, and pilgrim Geoffrey Chaucer. The reading comes from another English storyteller and Christian, John Bunyan, his "He Who Would Valiant Be" from the Pilgrim's Progress.
Freedom From Old Monsters
Here We Still Stand is a Two Day Digital Celebration of The Freedom of the Christian: The theme of our 2020 Here We Still Stand Conference is The Freedom of the Christian.
Christian Freedom, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Neighbor
Understanding that I am completely free in Christ allows me to read the injunction to “love my neighbor as myself” as a promise instead of a threat.
Monsters: Addiction, Hope, Ex-girlfriends, and Other Dangerous Things
This is a story of a historian turning his craft to the story about which he is most afraid: his own. This is a book about fighting the monsters of addiction, severe anxiety, depression, and crippling self-doubt. But more than…