Luke has some sense of how a baby can change everything.
I imagine Nathan waking to the word of the Lord with his heart pounding.
A new family skipped a lot of our holiday activities—and got me thinking.
Like John the Baptist, progressive Christians tend to define ourselves in the negative.
Instead of being an excuse for inaction, thoughts and prayers can turn us toward acts of love.
What if we did the work of God in the world?
When we baptize, we baptize individual people who have names.
In Flint, we know something about nostalgia and despair—and hope.