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Author: Donnie Berry

Our lives are busy. Really busy. It’s probably the most common response I get when I ask people, “How have you been?” “Busy.” It may be the most common response I give, too. Sadly, I’ve been realizing how my busyness—all my attempts to find rest in achieving and in…
I had a conversation with someone last week who came to my office to talk about what God is doing in their life. We ended up talking about ways this person wants to grow spiritually, which led to the question, “What does it even look like to grow?” Have…
You’ve probably heard it said that the gospel transforms lives. But how? What does it look like for the gospel to transform us? And does the gospel really reach down into the big struggles we face—like depression, or paralyzing fear and anxiety, or sexual sin? Answering those questions is…
Editor’s Note: The following is one of several interviews we are sharing from individuals in our church community who have helpful perspectives and vantage points into the issues of race and the gospel. Morgan Steward came to Mizzou to play football in 2012. He graduated this past December with a degree in Organizational Communications…
Editor’s Note: The following is one of several interviews we will be sharing from individuals in our church community who have helpful perspectives and vantage points into the issues of race and the gospel. Dr. Stephen Montgomery-Smith is a husband, father, and a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Missouri, having first…
Editor’s Note: The following is one of several interviews we will be sharing from individuals in our church community who have helpful perspectives and vantage points into the issues of race and the gospel. Dr. Ellis Ingram and his wife Pam (“Granny Pam” of Granny’s House) have been part of our…
Editor’s Note: The following is one of several interviews we will be sharing from individuals in our church community who have helpful perspectives and vantage points into the issues of race and the gospel. Adam Leong and his wife Megan are campus ministers at Mizzou, leading Asian Christian Fellowship and…
Editor’s Note: The following is one of several interviews we will be sharing from individuals in our church community who have helpful perspectives and vantage points into the issues of race and the gospel. Sosunmolu Shoyinka is a Yale-trained psychiatrist and faculty member at the University of Missouri. Born and…