Jake Frost Archive
Good things come to those who wait—provided they can wait silently!
At times God dabs the brush of history into the dazzling colors of the extraordinary, but the familiar hues of the everyday are on His palette, too.
Accupuncture feng shui gone awry illuminates a sometimes overlooked truth of Biblical interpretation.
“A hand large and mighty enough to stretch out the sky is large and mighty enough to comfortably hold my little home in its palm.”
The key to giving a good gift is thinking about what the recipient would like--and this same principle applies in our relationship with God: as St. Padre Pio said, "God is served only when He is
St. Thomas Aquinas said that “Joy is the noblest human act.”
The “Slow Family Movement” can unleash the power of time to transform our families.
According to Jake Frost: “No greater love has a sister than this, that she would give up her bacon for her brother.”
To get kids to eat you’ve got to keep putting the food in front of them, which is also the best way to approach Scripture: consistently.
Jake Frost was surprised to discover that my missionary fields are tiled in linoleum!
You know how there are certain people you meet in life that you just find fascinating? People that you want to be around and get to know all about: what they’re thinking; where they’re from and what
Jake Frost shares that the secret to fine dining isn’t in the dinner, it’s in the diners.
New contributor Jake Frost considers the latest novel by Patti Maguire Armstrong.