How to read the Bible with children
Much of the Bible is not fit for children—it's a book to ease little ones into, not drop them in cold. So what's the best way to go about this?
Social media as ritual
If Christian liturgy works on the imagination, so do disordered secular liturgies. Social media—despite its good uses—might be one example.
The case for rigorous disciplines
Sustainable Lenten disciplines anticipate an Easter in which they will continue. But surely Easter hope is for something more.
Aging and the promises of God
It's hard for me to watch as places become a blur for my elderly parents. It's as if each home they've had has merged into one great longing.
A seminary does disability ministry
Western Seminary students had both needs and assets. So did the wider community's adults with disabilities.
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