Hugh Hollowell didn't start Love Wins to convert souls or sober up addicts. He wanted to provide pastoral care to homeless people.
What will marijuana policy reform look like?
Twenty-two states now have legal cannabis markets of some form. Regulations are being made up on the fly—with consequences not yet known.
Micha Boyett writes tenderly about her Southern Baptist background—even as she grafts herself into a more liturgical expression of the faith.
After centuries of Westerners going to Africa to teach, documentary filmmaker James Ault goes to learn.
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"The humanitarian crisis at the border is not a political problem. It is not even an immigration problem. It is merely the latest instance of a global refugee crisis."
A couple weeks ago I finished my pastorate in Vermont and moved to Exeter, New Hampshire, where I will be starting a new pastorate next week.
Like my friend and colleague Evan, I love summer parable season. It helps fill the void between the end of Wimbledon and the start of fantasy football season.
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