Moonlight is hard to watch—but also essential viewing—because of what it reveals about us as humans.
Selected posts from around our network of affiliated bloggers
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?
The incarnation doesn't only mean that God is with us. It means that God is with us as Jesus.
While the Romans were broadcasting fake news about the emperor as savior, God was at work elsewhere.
When one of the young Syrian women lit a memorial candle during worship, it represented a great deal of loss.
I suspect the police officer who shot Walter Scott, and the jurors at his trial, were shaped similarly to how I was as a child in North Carolina.
Even popular holiday movies echo the message of the season: repent!
Like everything else in human experience, sometimes our longings need to be reoriented and redeemed.
Repentance—getting in touch with our roots—is the ultimate retro.
Part of being a pastor is dealing with impossible expectations for worship.
There are no questions about where I have been, as he flings chubby toddler arms around my neck.
Through sharing the Eucharist in a public park, homeless people and those with houses become one body.