The Arc of Repentance
By Helen W. Mallon
In the wake of a near-affair, a married woman recognizes a long-standing pattern
of finding her identity in other people and in her own obsessions. While turning
back to God in brokenness brings peace, she realizes that lifelong repentance
will bring a new identity.
By David McGlynn
The concept of purity isn't one that is held in very high
esteem these days. Our spiritual lives and emotions seem to
follow our bodies into a netherworld where there is only isolation
and the destruction of the self. David McGlynn recounts the
story of a brutal crime that led to the loss of a treasured
friend, and how that loss has changed his view of the body.
The Death of the Book
By S. David Mash
Rumors of the demise of printed matter have been wildly exaggerated. In
the 1980s, pundits predicted that books would be replaced by
computer screens, digital media, even "book-reading robots."
In this study, the author examines the e-books phenomenon, seeking a
synergy between electronic and traditional publishing.
Line of Duty
By Albert Haley
Friday Night in Kizmack
By Carrie Sherman
On Another Road: Pilgrimage to Fátima
By Charles Edward Brooks
By Luci Shaw
The Woodlands Have a Rank and Moldy Smell
By Susan St. Martin