Earlier this month Chapman released his autobiography Between Heaven and the Real World: My Story. Amid some “saddle up your horses” jokes, Chapman sat down with Christian Courier to talk about his music and new book.
“I hope readers can come and enter into a space where their brokenness isn’t something they need to hide from in any way. The shortest distance between any two hearts is sharing our brokenness,” says Voskamp. “Good brokenness breaks bad brokenness in the world. That’s what I hope people experience.”
Pray for those overseas, for their families and for those returning with scars that may be invisible.
Some Christians reduce modesty to a list of don’ts – a blacklist of too short, too low cut, too tight. No yoga pants! Society teaches girls to use their bodies to get attention, to dress like bait on a hook and go fishing. And as wrong as that is, are dress codes the solution? Does this pendulum have no middle ground?
In the wake of the Truth and Reconciliation Committee findings, Juno Award-winning Christian recording artist Steve Bell is asking for churches across Canada to bring awareness to an issue that’s been overlooked for far too long.
Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese is an obstetrician and director of the International Women’s Health Program at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. She’s worked as an obstetrician in Canada, Yemen, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Pakistan and Uganda. To confront the tragically high (1 in 16) maternal and neo-natal death rates in Uganda, she founded – with Ugandan colleagues – an organization called Save The Mothers.
Boxing is one of the sports where public displays of faith are not only allowed, they’re common. Why is that? Bujold can only guess. “Because it’s a one-on-one combat sport, you have to have faith in something or faith that you have protection when you get in the ring.”