Christian Odyssey February-March 2012
February - March 2012
Christian Odyssey: Approaching the Light
In this issue:
- On Turning 60, by Joseph Tkach. As the president of Grace Communion International, I think often about what lies ahead for our denomination.
- Approaching the Light, by John Halford. Physicists are learning more about the universe as they learn to accelerate particles at nearly the speed of light.
- So Why Collide Hadrons?, (And What Are They, Anyway?) An interview with Dr. Keith Baker, professor of physics at Yale University.
- Listening, by Barbara Dahlgren. "I know you can't do anything about it, but could you please listen?"
- Self-Portrait, by James Henderson. Scientists may have discovered a Rembrandt self-portrait.
- The Gloves Are Off, by Sue Berger. The simple act of putting gloves on made me feel alienated.
- Time for New Methods, by Greg Williams. The man showed how he would repair the trees to make the orchard better.
- Enjoy the Ride, by Tammy Tkach. Most of us go through periods in our lives we wish could just be over.
- 92 Years and Still Going Strong! by Donna Jones. My mom is an inspiration to everyone.
- The Joy of Communion, by Rick Shallenberger. When we take communion, we are symbolizing our unity with God, surely a reason to rejoice.
- Crossing Borders – Muchas Gracias, by Lee Berger. It was our most difficult trip into Mexico. They were thankful, and so were we.
- A Model for All Believers: A Study of 1 Thessalonians 1, by Michael Morrison. Paul focused their attention on the example they set.
- Hmm... February - March 2012