Why Suffering Matters – Pt. 1

I read a great blog post by Sarita Hartz about vicarious trauma. You can (and should) read it here. Vicarious trauma happens when missionaries and humanitarian workers listen to (and/or witness) the suffering of others on such a regular basis that they begin to burn out, question their beliefs about the world, and grow emotionally … Continue reading Why Suffering Matters – Pt. 1

Is the Church Eager to Remember the Poor?

Paul’s letter to the Galatians is one of the most important theological texts in history. He writes the letter to confront the Galatians for believing the legalistic lie that to follow Christ, they must also be circumcised. The letter is important because it clarifies that Christians are saved by faith rather than works of the … Continue reading Is the Church Eager to Remember the Poor?