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Reflections on Food and Dieting

Most of us have a complex relationship with food.  It’s linked to our identity—we define ourselves by what we eat, or what we don’t eat:  “I eat organic food;”  “I’m a vegetarian;” “I don’t eat meat.”  We eat to comfort ourselves (chocolate, anyone?) or to punish ourselves (“I’m so worthless I’m going to overindulge”). Or we abstain from food to punish ourselves or to exert control over lives which can feel chaotic and out of control. We…
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Book Review: The Sacrifice of Praise, Herman Bavinck
What are your teenagers reading? Before I read this new translation of The Sacrifice of Praise by Herman Bavinck (a Dutch writer and reformed theologian of the late 19th and early 20th century), I was feeling rather pleased that my teenager, who is generally an avid Percy Jackson fan,
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Book Review: The Sacrifice of Praise, Herman Bavinck
What are your teenagers reading? Before I read this new translation of The Sacrifice of Praise by Herman Bavinck (a Dutch writer and reformed theologian of the late 19th and early 20th century), I was feeling rather pleased that my teenager, who is generally an avid Percy Jackson fan, had raised his literary bar and was reading A Gentleman in Moscow. In response to the very solid spiritual food that Dutch teenagers were reading over a hundred years ago, I’m now seriously considering how to raise the bar of his devotional reading and…
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Book Review: Child Proof, Julie Lowe
Many parents seek a one-size-fits-all solution. We want simple answers to complicated problems and we want them to work every time. Yet each family is different, each child is different, each circumstance is different. Our personalities vary, our temperaments differ. Each parent has their own sins, gifts and tendencies,
Book Review: Walking through Infertility, by Matthew Arbo
“When are you going to have a baby?” The question about pregnancy seems like a natural follow-on after marriage has settled. As I talk with younger and older Christian female friends, I realise how varied the fears and frustrations are. One of my friends told to me how annoyed

Book Review: The Sacrifice of Praise, Herman Bavinck

What are your teenagers reading? Before I read this new translation of The Sacrifice of Praise by Herman Bavinck

Book Review: Child Proof, Julie Lowe

Many parents seek a one-size-fits-all solution. We want simple answers to complicated problems and we want them to work

Book Review: Gay Girl, Good God by Jackie Hill Perry

I couldn’t be more different from Jackie Hill Perry. I’m a man, she’s a woman. I’m white, she’s black.

Book Review: Walking through Infertility, by Matthew Arbo

“When are you going to have a baby?” The question about pregnancy seems like a natural follow-on after marriage
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