We cannot plan our weeping any more than we can plan the circumstances that caused it, but I can say with all confidence, weeping is a good…
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DIU professor and alumna teamed up to review three books on oral traditions in the Amharic language of Ethiopia.
Bill Harris shares in chapel about levels of intimacy in friendship and ways we can build better relationships with one another.
A mission to learn Scripture well and communicate it through other languages and to other cultures.
DIU World Arts PhD student Héber Negrão celebrates his appointment to the Wycliffe Global Alliance (WGA) Board of Directors.
An eclectic linguistic approach to the semantic potential of “toledoth” and its implications for discourse analysis.
“Lent is a tradition that helps us focus on our need for a Savior as we think about and experience our own mortality.”