I’ve re-watched the footage of Anita Hill.
11 pastors and theologians weigh in
“We’re going to do what it takes,” says co-pastor Gloria White-Hammond, “to be our sister’s keeper.”
The German pastor opposed Hitler—eventually.
Bumbling along in the footsteps of Melchizedek
In the 500 years since Catholicism came to Mexico, it has profoundly shaped and been shaped by the indigenous culture.
“The history of a church,” one member wrote in an old scrapbook I found, is “an unfolding pageant of life.”
In 1961, Margaret Flory started a new kind of mission program.
David Hollinger shows how the social gospel principles that drove mission abroad boomeranged back home.
Standing at the graveside with the last lingering family members, time seems thick.