When churches whitewashed their walls, they left themselves vulnerable.
We are invited to bring the rich resources of our senses and imaginations into the realm of faith.
Scott Russell Sanders’s essays balance ecological despair with the promise of human creativity.
Cultivating a shared Christian imagination
It’s not that we lack information about religion. It’s that we don’t deeply inhabit the religious stories we do know.
My brother is nine and I am ten. Wood already obeys his hands when he asks it gently to work with him.
If Christian liturgy works on the imagination, so do disordered secular liturgies. Social media—despite its good uses—might be one example.