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The Church that Eats Together, Stays Together?

Following a rabbit trail online, I first came across a woman who cooks a vintage meal from the ’50 era each week and documents it on her website, the Mid-Century Modern Menu. (Think spam casserole or potato-chip cookies.) Then I found an article where she, Ruth Clark, wrote about collecting church cookbooks. These cookbooks don’t […]

Three Books to Read this Summer

During the summer when I was younger, I used to check out as many books as was allowed from the library (13, as I recall) and read them as fast as I could. Now that I’m older, it seems I’m carrying responsibilties instead of books, as downtime is devoted to chores, emails, and meals. But […]

Defending Your Faith in a Godless World

“But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect…” – 1 Peter 3:1   Popular culture has taken a nosedive into the material world, vowing never to […]

Vanguard University’s President Grew Up Listening to Haven

This week, Haven Today’s radio programs are highlighting Christians you should know, but may not already. One of those is the president of Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, Calif., Dr. Carol Taylor. Turns out, as we saw on Vanguard’s website, that Taylor grew up listening to the original Haven Today, called Haven of Rest. And […]

Three Dangers of Busyness

A book came across our desk recently that really convicts. Crazy Busy ($11.99; Crossway, March 2013) by Kevin DeYoung, a pastor at United Reformed Church in East Lansing, Mich., talks about the one conversation we’ve all had: “How are you?” someone asks. “Oh, I’m crazy busy!” we say, with a lot of stress in our voice—and a hint […]

Dr. Ben Witherington on Money

What should a Christian do with his or her money? What does the Bible say about tithing? What are the myths that Christians believe about money? This week, Haven Today has been talking with Dr. Ben Witherington and asking him some hard-to-face questions about money. A New Testament scholar at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, […]

Surviving the Storm of Depression

“Resting in Faith,” from the Anchor Devotional: “…being fully persuaded that God had power to do what he had promised.” (ROMANS 4:21)  Scripture Focus: Romans 4:13-25 * * *  When I was a child, a neighbor tried to teach me to swim. I could kick my legs and move my arms but my trust was totally […]

Christmas with Ann Voskamp: When You’re Just Ready for the Rest of Christmas

To get our hearts ready for Christ’s birth, Ann Voskamp is writing for us, celebrating the holiday that’s all about Jesus. Join us as we anticipate the coming of our savior.  Whenever Christmas begins to burden, it’s a sign that I’ve taken on something of the world and not of Christ. The Farmer, he brings home […]

The Miserable Ones: A Review of ‘Les Miserables’

Like many others last week, I made it out to the theaters to see Les Misérables, which is one of my favorite stories. It was assigned to me as summer reading for my senior year of high school, and like the high schooler that I was, I put off reading it until five days before […]

The Secret Thoughts of a Once Lesbian, Now Christian

If you haven’t heard of Rosaria Butterfield yet, I imagine you will soon. Her book, “The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert,” (Crown & Covenant Publications, 2012) is swiftly sweeping by word of mouth through Christian circles. To condense a long journey into a brief story, Butterfield was a tenured and successful professor at Syracuse […]

Why Jesus is Better Than Santa Claus

Santa lives at the North Pole. … Jesus is everywhere. Santa rides in a sleigh. … Jesus rides on the wind and walks on the water. Santa comes but once a year. … Jesus is an ever present help. Santa fills your stockings with goodies. … Jesus supplies all your needs. Santa comes down your […]

The Importance of Christmas Stories

Santa pictures, stockings, wish lists, and a morning full of gifts. How do you keep Jesus at the center of Christmas for you and your children when everything around you beckons with glitter and flash to get you to want more, spend more, do more? Wise parents have many strategies: pastor John Piper’s wife Noël […]