Considering the divine evaluation of the godly King Jehoshaphat of Judah in light of his obvious failings. What does this tell us about how God views our own walk with Christ that is often accompanied by stumbling due to our human weakness?
We consider the monumental achievement of the 1968 Apollo 8 mission and the reading of Genesis 1 from lunar orbit. What makes this truly interesting is the time-coloring of that reading - in the midst of a time of national turmoil. The reading of Genesis 1 by the Apollo 8 astronauts was a symbol of unity and much-needed perspective shift for a nation in tumult.
As people who one again find ourselves in a time of similar national turmoil, we stop and consider the reminder from three astronauts who read Genesis 1 from lunar orbit.