Rosaria Butterfield illustrates how "radically ordinary hospitality" can be a bridge for bringing the gospel to lost friends and neighbors.
Rosaria Butterfield believed truth was based on her personal experience. But as she studied the Bible, she began to see God's truth. Rosaria talks about the day she surrendered to Christ.
Former English professor and lesbian, Rosaria Butterfield tells how her worldview began to change when a pastor and his wife befriended her and invited her into their home.
Rosaria Butterfield was a feminist and lesbian bent on exposing the religious right. But then a surprising letter came from pastor Ken Smith, which turned into a friendship that changed her views about God.
"Mom, what is divorce?" "Dad, what does 'homosexual' mean?" "Mom, did you and Dad have sex before you got married?" Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson help you answer challenging questions.
Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson answer some of the most challenging questions for parents like, "What happens when we die?" "What is suicide?" and "Why does God allow natural disasters?
Jessica Thompson knew deep down she wasn't a Christian. Her mother, Elyse Fitzpatrick, was clueless. Jessica tells how her life began to change when God's love finally pierced her heart.