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The Every Square Inch Ministries web page is undergoing a major revision. Much of its functionality is down temporarily. Once it is up and running again, we will let you know....
The gods of Greece and Rome were anything but benevolent. The gods were envisioned as the supreme authorities over different areas of life. Whenever you entered a god’s sphere, you would perform a sacrifice to acknowledge the god’s authority in...
The Weeping Sky The icy, grasping hands of fog Grip every barren, gnarled tree. Their shadows in a stagnant pool Like iron bars encompass me The fog surrounds my breaking heart, Veils even Heaven’s constant light. My eyes turn back...
Much has already been written about Rod Dreher’s The Benedict Option, a great deal of which reflects the preconceptions of the reviewers more than the contents of the book. Here is my take on it. The Big Picture Dreher’s starting...
Breakpoint is in the process of reorganizing its website, which meant that all of the links to the Colson Center and to Breakpoint at Every Square Inch became inactive. I have repaired them so that they should all work with...
There is a lot of discussion among Christians currently about immigration policy and the Bible. Mostly, this discussion has focused on either the responsibility of God’s people to welcome and care for refugees, or the need for secure borders and...
When Christians talk about the Incarnation, they rightly focus on God’s love for us which is so great that He was willing become human Himself, being born into a poor family in an obscure and troublesome province in the Roman...
I will exalt You my God and King and bless Your Name forever! Every day I will bless You and I will praise Your Name forever! Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised; His greatness is unsearchable. Psalm...
December 24: These are based on the O Antiphons, traditionally said during  church services from December 18 to December 24; they are also the basis for the hymn “O Come, O Come, Emanuel.” Read the Antiphon to understand what it is...
December 23: These are based on the O Antiphons, traditionally said during  church services from December 18 to December 24; they are also the basis for the hymn “O Come, O Come, Emanuel.” Read the Antiphon to understand what it is...