Life slips past before you know it. Where is your hope?Read More
Presenting the stories of film, literature, and other arts through the worldview lens of beauty, goodness, and truth.
Thomas Cole’s depiction of The Cross and the World compels us to put our hopes in the things that will last forever rather than in the brevity of human creations.Read More
Films often reflect common cultural questions. Ken engages with three films that all ask the question of how we ought to live in light of death.Read More
Memories bring with them a sense of grief at lost hopes and dreams. But reflecting on them can help prepare us for our eternal home, remembering that our short lives lead us to eternity.Read More
Death comes for us all. But the Christian perspective gives us hope despite this. After all, this world is not our home.Read More
Reflections Ministries Vice President Michael Stewart speaks on abortion during this National Sanctity of Human Life Sunday sermon.Read More
Is life a meaningless cycle of birth, growth, decay, and death? Or is there a purpose to life? We must find our hope in Jesus Christ, the Lord over space and time.Read More
Every one of us experiences birth, growth, decay, and death, a pattern depicted in Thomas Cole’s Voyage of Life paintings. What can these paintings teach us about life right now and eternity?Read More
Reflections Vice President Michael Stewart continues a sermon series on prayer at GraceLife Church of Pineville, inspired by Ken Boa’s Handbook to Prayer. Some summary notes on the sermon’s introduction are found below.
Reason for Celebration
Thanksgiving marks the beginning of our American holiday season. Conversation among Christians during the holidays often turns to the question of why (and perhaps even whether) we should celebrate.Read More
In this fourth session of Ken Boa’s talks at the Cove during the 2019 Reflections Ministries retreat, he discusses the coming of Christ to which we look forward with hope.Read More