Was the familiar God I knew as a preacher's kid the same one who inspired such greatness?
Some of us church insiders have more in common with the undecided folks than we often say.
Penny embodies the kind of love that holds onto hope amid suffering, redemption amid pain, and forgiveness amid hurt.
The New Zealand shooter, meme culture, and alienation from meaning
Some questions—as opposed to a categorical judgment—about Joel Green's post
Patrick Beadle is serving 12 years after police found medical marijuana in his car. His incarceration doesn't make me feel safer, and neither does Manafort’s.
I would have thought we would welcome a pro-democracy activist.
The UMC's response to declining membership is to spend millions deciding who else we can exclude.
What does it mean to worship in the middle of a wound?
The poet helped me to realize how little I knew about a life observed.
I'm here, says Jesus.
Sanneh was a rigorous polymath who cared about not only theoretical work but the everyday lives of those who believe.
In Tijuana, we witnessed the resilience and humanity of the migrant movement.
A means of grace from the world of human services
We don't have to choose a political party. We do have to name the problem for what it is.