Issue nine is called Hope.
Hope is a hard thing—hard to explain, hard to understand, sometimes hard to even hold on to.
How do we find hope in a world where everything wrestles for our last bit of faith and attention? We've seen the monotony of daily life, represented by piles of bills and unfolded laundry. We've seen the wickedness of mankind, manifested in death and rape and racism. But where do we see hope?
The paradox of hope is this: it does not exist in this world, and that is good news. We've seen the best and the worst this world has to offer, and it has left us wanting. But lasting hope came to this world, not from it. Unworldly hope was discovered in a bundle of swaddling clothes and lost in blood-soaked burial linens. But three days later he rose again and left us with a promise—we, too, can one day enter the kingdom that hope came from.
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The fourth issue of Deeply Rooted Magazine is finishes our "Be Deeply Rooted" series with the theme: root. In this Winter issue we unpack the various foundations we lay roots in, the fruit born by those roots,...
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NEW! - Bonus PDF Version Included!Issue eight is called Love. How ought we to understand love? Poets describe it as a passion held out between lovers to give and to take. Revolutionaries describe it as...