by Diane Stark What’s wrong, Mom? You seem upset,” my 15-year-old daughter, Julia, asked. I shrugged. “I met my friend Susan for coffee this afternoon. We got into an argument about something, and it’s really bothering me.” “You argued with Susan? About what?” “Honestly, we fought about religion.” “I thought Susan was a Christian too.” [...]
Who hasn’t said, “I’ll get even” or at least felt the boiling hot urge to “even the score” with a sibling, spouse, co-worker or even a stranger who acted offensively.
It's been a crazy year (or more!) of ups-and-downs at The Lutheran Digest. While I won't bore you with the details, our internal tumult resulted in no fresh articles posted for quite some time. Our sincere apologies for the delay. But all this is about to change. Starting on May 1, we'll begin posting new articles and [...]