Since the Soviet collapse, Christianity has flourished. This poses its own challenges.
John O'Brien brings readers into teenage boys' frustrations and laughter as they struggle to integrate their different worlds.
Stories of Christians working in the world offer hope that heals.
Preaching is an embodied act. Do women perform it differently from men?
In these troubling times, we asked some of our favorite writers to tell us about books (and other things) that bring hope and healing.
I've been inspired this year by Shonda Rhimes, the Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, and Paul Angone.
Amid the puzzles of life, there is still pleasure in learning and listening.
This Advent, the people who have spoken most clearly to me are women and people of color: Aisha Hinds, D. L. Mayfield, Eddie Glaude, and Liz Theoharis.
Consolation comes to me at unexpected angles.
Grace is an exchange, says Terra Schwerin Rowe—but not an economic one.