Flesh is indeterminate. It flows, changes over time, and is consumed and transformed. It becomes the reality of rich spiritual encounter.
KonMari approaches clutter by asking just one question: "Does this item spark joy?" But this isn't always a simple question.
What humankind needs is a love that sticks around, a love that stays put, a love that hangs on. That’s what the cross is.
Elizabeth Gandolfo's first book is not just an anthropology. Its more daring and abidingly important gift is a statement about God.
Imagine you're walking through a big city and you see a homeless person. You have several options.
Ministry is incarnationally specific. Pastors are called to see their place and people with God's "lover's eye," and to love them for their particularity.
The story goes that God got a body. I’ve often pondered the relationship between incarnation and pain.
In the 12th century, a Benedictine nun had a vision of Jesus’ humanity. It couldn’t have happened on a better night.