Like the stories of African-American women mathematicians at NASA, our faith's heritage reminds us to look for the people behind the scenes.
Selected posts from around our network of affiliated bloggers
We have all the power we need for daily acts of resistance and hope.
Is it worth the time to engage with people who are convinced their version of reality is right?
Many churches have signs declaring that all are welcome. But are their buildings really inviting to the community around them?
I share Dutch Calvinist heritage with Trump's pick for education secretary. I wonder if we see God's kingdom the same way.
Moonlight is hard to watch—but also essential viewing—because of what it reveals about us as humans.
I despise the murderer of the Emanuel Nine, and all he stands for. But I can't embrace his death.
It's one thing to oppose harmful actions. It's another to need to be right.
As I think about the Magi, I've remembered lessons about hatred and fear that I learned by traveling to Israel myself.
Matthew is not my favorite Gospel. But where would we be without it?