In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives that give meaning to our lives. In this piece Matt Handi reflects on the narrative power of the story of Christ to link our individual stories together as Christians.
In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives that give meaning to our lives. In this piece, John Gillespie speaks to the power of art to shape our understanding of Christ and ourselves.
How far out have you dared to tread into the waters of baptism, and into how big a body of water? How wet can you dare to get?
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