Blind at Midlife

By Dr. Dan Reinhardt Growing up in India was a culturally rich experience. One of the stark differences from North America was the pervasiveness of human tragedy. The most pathetic were blind beggars. They sat in the filth of a dirt road, clothed in rags, eyes staring...

Answer-shaped Holes

Forty seven may be a very important answer, but an answer without a question is irrelevant. A good question is a teachable moment. A question is an answer-shaped hole, waiting to be filled. Questions initiate and sustain conversations. Jesus stirred up many questions....