The Author

Kathryn Butler (MD, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons) is a trauma and critical care surgeon who recently left clinical practice to homeschool her children. She has written for Desiring God and Christianity Today, and her book on end-of-life care through a Christian lens is anticipated in 2019 (Crossway). She blogs at Oceans Rise.

What’s the Point of Wellness if Everyone Dies?

How do we justify frenzied resistance against our own mortality?

Why Christian Love Matters in Depression

Too often sufferers of depression find the church to

The Gritty Reality of the Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder

They’re classics of wholesome children’s literature, but to a

When Flesh and Heart Fail: Why Believers Should Consider Advance Directives

You can’t afford to ignore life’s end, or divorce

Lest We Forget: Reflections Heavenward on Memorial Day

While we fail to honor him, God remains infinitely
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