Cover of the book On Living by Kerry Egan
Courtesy of Kerry Egan

As a hospice chaplain, Kerry Egan says there are two questions she’s often asked: What are people’s last words? And what do people regret as they are dying? She says “I think what they’re really asking is ‘what am I going to regret? And what are the most important things to say?’”

Fran Dwight / Southwest Michigan's Second Wave

Esto Juarez says he was on a path that usually leads to one of two outcomes prison or death. He says what changed the trajectory of his life was that someone took time to share the gospel, and cared and took time to talk. 

Farmers Alley's “The Christians” Shows Doubt Is OK

Feb 8, 2018
Associate pastor Joshua (Fox Worth) and Pastor Paul (Scott Crownover) in Farmers Alley Theatre's production of "The Christians." Both Worth and Crownover are pastors themselves.
Katherine Mumma

What happens when someone questions your beliefs? The award-winning play “The Christians” by Lucas Hnath explores this. Friday is opening night for the Farmers Alley Theatre production in Kalamazoo. It runs through February 18th at WMU's Little Theatre.

State Capitol - file photo. Photo by Cheyna Roth, Michigan Public Radio Network
Cheyna Roth / Michigan Public Radio Network

For the past week, one Michigan Senator has set up a nativity display every morning on the State Capitol lawn. Senator Rick Jones has set up the display every Christmas season for the last four years.

Courtesy of Ken Arthur

The Pastor of Phoenix Community Church in Kalamazoo says he was taught that God was loving, but also was going to send non-believers to hell. Ken Arthur says that thinking caused to leave the church for a while.