Friendship with the World

“And there grew a brotherly love for each other between Pilate and Herod on that day. Prior to then, they had enmity toward one another.” (Luke 23:12)   Friendship probably is not adequate here. History has shown that oftentimes politics makes for strange bedfellows, and indeed, there are few stranger than this. The Galileans, over… Read More


So what makes a friend a friend? And when I speak of friends, I am not thinking of those we might casually refer to in that way, but those with whom you have a close and enduring bond — a bond that is strengthened, not weakened by trials and difficulties and with whom love is… Read More