All posts by Christopher Rush

Christopher Rush graduated from Emmaus in 2003. After 15 years teaching high school in Virginia, he has returned to Emmaus and Dubuque to take over the English Department. His wife, Amy, is also an Emmaus graduate (2000). Amy is the principal of Tri-State Christian School here in Dubuque. They have two children, Julia and Ethan.

Shepherds

Reading Time: 3 minutes Something that I have wondered about the Christmas story is this: Why were the shepherds […]

Longing for the Messiah – Simeon of Luke 2

Reading Time: 4 minutes Arthur Manning Jesus Presented at the Temple And when the time came for their purification […]

Christmas – It’s All in the Hands

Reading Time: 4 minutes Steve Seeman Is Christmas a matter of the heart?  The mind?  The soul?  The spirit?  […]

The Calling to Care: Remembering Those Who Led You

Reading Time: 5 minutes John Walker The author of Hebrews wrote, “Remember those who led you, who spoke the word of […]

Music for Personal Devotion and Prayer

Reading Time: 6 minutes For the common things of every day, God gave men words in the ordinary way.For […]

Playing at Reforming

Reading Time: 5 minutes In the midst of the Modern Golden Age of Boardgaming, as we now find ourselves, […]

My View of God

Reading Time: 3 minutes This article by Mr. Glock was originally published in the Spring 2014 issue of Journey Magazine.

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Why “The Things Concerning Himself” is Still Our Motto, Pt. 2

Reading Time: 5 minutes Editor’s note: The following article was originally delivered as a Discover Emmaus chapel message on […]

Why “The Things Concerning Himself” is Still Our Motto, pt. 1

Reading Time: 5 minutes Editor’s note: The following article was originally delivered as a Discover Emmaus chapel message on […]

Marriage and Family

Reading Time: 4 minutes Ed. Note: This article was originally published in the Spring 2014 issue of Journey Magazine, reprinted here with permission by the author.