I led a study of Judges. It wasn't easy.
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Asking the question gives people space to discern the answer.
It’s not that things are changing for our church. They’ve already changed.
We receive a gift to carry and pour out to others. We are carved into channels through which God flows love.
“We more often remember when we have been hurt or wounded," the spiritual director said. “But kindness and love abound.”
The nation is always at its best when we eschew certainty.
What will it take for us to turn away from the lesser gods who are consuming our children without hindrance?
We all bring our values, hopes, and fears to the data that science provides—whether we're religious or not.
Prayer can feel like wasted time because of our culture of busyness. Even more, we may not expect God to do much.
People like me on the autism spectrum are often misunderstood in the workplace. But the situation isn't hopeless.
Francis hasn't just adopted a different style from Benedict. He has put first things first.
It'd be easy to rush though my preparation time. I start by making coffee in a French press to set an unhurried pace.
Like the Athenians Paul speaks to in Acts 17, we create substitutes for the Creator.
Our small church doesn't have praise teams or a chorus with dozens of members. But we have something precious.
You may have signs everywhere proclaiming inclusion of all. But the building itself can exclude some.