The CC staff's Christmas picks, Lee Hull Moses on the More-with-Less cookbook, Amy Frykholm on Maria Skobtsova.
Sarah Morice Brubaker on Sarah Coakley, Jeff MacDonald on the United Methodists, Gail Irwin on an unusual freelance wedding.
Adam Hearlson on the opioid crisis and the church, Kyle Childress on showing up for racial reconciliation, Cláudio Carvalhaes and Raimundo Barreto on the impeachment in Brazil.
Chris Hoke on church-prisoner relationships, Ellen Davis on the binding of Isaac, Isaac Villegas on denominational politics.
Fall books. Books to recommend to elected officials; Amy Frykholm visits an Amazon bookstore; reviews of Colson Whitehead, Affinity Konar, and others.
Katherine Willis Pershey on sex before marriage, Anna Carter Florence on Paul in Athens, Peter C. Bouteneff on the Eastern Orthodox council in Crete.
Readers write on "feast"; Michael Root on commemorating the Reformation; Al Sharp on drug policy reform.
Celeste Kennel-Shank on Princeton's Farminary, Jeff Chu on a lesbian activist in Uganda, Bradley Burroughs on just war and drones.
Leanna Fuller on content warnings in seminary classrooms; Emily Heath on God and nonbinary gender; Jesse DeConto on racial justice at a pro-LGBTQ church.
Heidi Haverkamp, Steve Thorngate, and Joanna Harader on practices of blessing; Mark Yaconelli on failure in ministry; Charles Hefling on atonement.
Reggie Williams on seeing whiteness, Wes Granberg-Michaelson on stealing Jesus at mass, Lee Hull Moses on her church's magical supply closet.
Readers write on mistake, Pim Valkenberg on interfaith sibling rivalry, Ragan Sutterfield on the prayers of the people.
Amy Frykholm on DACA recipients, Trey Hall on the gospel as second language, Doug Bixby on conflict and triangles.
Robert Westbrook on populism & democracy, Dean Nelson on jazz vespers, Martha-Lynn Corner on not getting ordained.
Tommy Airey on Detroit's water conflict, Jan Schnell Rippentrop on confirmation, Rahul Oka on refugee cities.
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