Hair wasn’t a big deal for me personally until it started receding. Then, I debated joining the throngs of my guy friends who had shaved the noggin and sported the Mr. Clean look. And yet, outside of the trench warfare I’m having with my hairline, I recognize that my relationship with hair is drastically different … Continue reading
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CBF Podcast: Rachel Held Evans and Matthew Paul Turner, What Is God Like?
By Andy Hale If you close your eyes and try to visualize what God is like, what comes to mind? Yes, we might all first resist the urge to anthropomorphize the Almighty. But eventually, something or someone would come to mind. Do you remember what you imagined God to be like when you were a … Continue reading
CBF Podcast: A Conversation with Matthew Paul Turner
By Andy Hale My girls love to read. Even from a young age, both of them would retell the story with their own words, both in toddler incoherence and freestyle. Our cars are full of books. Their playroom and bedroom are full of books. We have stacks of books in our living room, including the … Continue reading