Once upon a Medieval time, charity and Christian work were left to the clergy, monks and nuns. There was a distinct line between Christian work and secular work, and one rarely crossed the line to participate in the other. Luther and other reformers believed this to be a significant problem with the monastic life because … Continue reading Monks Amok
Month: July 2019
Vocation: Adapted from 2019 Graduation Charge by Guest Writer Brianna Woelmer
Congratulations to the graduating class of 2019! You have worked hard for this achievement, and we are all excited to celebrate this day with you. I still remember sitting where you’re sitting, wearing my cap and gown, taking photos with my family - and wondering what the future held. Big life milestones like graduations not … Continue reading Vocation: Adapted from 2019 Graduation Charge by Guest Writer Brianna Woelmer
I noticed during my first semester of college that few people seem to know much about Christianity or really care. Where I expected to find belligerence I instead found apathy. It’s not that people hate the Church, it’s that they simply couldn’t care less. They don’t find Christ at all relevant to their own … Continue reading Why Discipleship?