Rest and Other Labor Day Lessons

It’s Labor Day, which hopefully means that you’re reading this while resting in some way, shape or form. If you’ve heard it once in the last six months, you’ve certainly […]

Jesus Miracles in the Midst of the Explosion

Lebanon’s economy was in free fall, protests were a regular occurrence, and the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorist group controlled the Beirut seaports, the airport and major parts of the government already. […]

Jesus and Cancel Culture

Today’s Cancel Culture through Jesus’ Eyes While sitting 15 socially-distant feet away from each other and dangling our feet in her outdoor pool, a friend recently shared with me her […]

Twice the Encouragement Today

You are better than me — more skilled, more knowledgeable, more adept. All of you are. In some ways, many ways in fact, you are superior to me. If our […]

When Perseverance is the Name of the Game

Have You seen that show? Everywhere I turn I keep getting the same question from friends lately: Have you seen that show, Alone? I’ve laughed a few times because how appropriate […]

Mini-Adventures for Summer 2020

Has there ever been a summer like the one we’re living in? Honestly, a walk to the mailbox feels like an excursion. Don’t get me started on a trip to […]

The Impact of Water

This update, written by the 4Africa team, is an update on a water well that Christ Chapel sponsored last year. It’s an example of the many ways access to clean […]

What to Ask This Week

Is there an internal gnawing you can’t shake? Do you feel like something is missing? Is your soul experiencing an ache? Me too. When we’re in the office regularly, we […]