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Hannah Osborne

Hannah has been writing, editing, and whistling while she works at CPH since 2016. Growing up in the self-proclaimed bagel capital of the world gave her a deep appreciation of carbs, although nowadays you’ll find her experimenting with vegan recipes in the kitchen, running really slowly, or laughing too loudly.

Recent Posts by Hannah Osborne

A Fictional Letter from Luther

This blog post is an excerpt from Sincerely, Luther, our forthcoming set of fictional letters from Luther's perspective.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Acts

In the Book of Acts, we see the Church—the organized, formal gathering of believers—begin to form. The Holy Spirit fills the apostles, doctrine is solidified, and missionary journeys begin.

Nine Reasons Why Some People Abandon Christianity (And How to Talk to Them about God)

We live in a culture that is apathetic toward religion. In America, most people at least know of Jesus, but many don’t identify as being a Christian.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: 1 Corinthians

“Love is patient, love is kind. . .”

An Honest Conversation about Death

What is it about death that scares us? What causes us to ignore it, for the most part, until death stares us in the face? Our culture tells us death is just part of life, or that it is natural, but that is not how the Bible speaks about death.

Guides to Study the Bible in the New Year

It’s a known fact: most Christians have “Read the Bible every day” (or some variation thereof) on their New Year’s Resolution list.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: 1 Peter

The Book of 1 Peter, nestled between James and (you guessed it) 2 Peter toward the back of the New Testament, is perhaps not as widely read as some of the Pauline epistles, like Romans. But this five-chapter book is packed full of applicable and practical advice for Christians today, whether church members, pastors, husbands, or wives.

Advent Activities You Can Do Right Now with Zero Planning

After Thanksgiving, the holiday season is in full gear—Advent services, Christmas Eve children’s programs, New Year’s Eve candlelight vigils. . . . It’s a lot. So in the midst of all that planning, you might forget that Advent can mean more than just going to midweek services and eating a potluck before.

CPH 150th Anniversary Art Contest

This past September, we kicked off our 150th year and began a year-long celebration of every book, and person that is part of our history—and that includes you!

Meaning of 6 Popular Verses in Matthew

There are a lot of verses in the Bible that get taken out of context. Or, maybe more accurately, verses that aren’t properly or fully understood because we pull them out as standalone memory verses or wall art illustrations.