A conversation with professor and church leader Graham Joseph Hill about reconciliation, lament, hospitality, and more
The Bible shows us what to do with our frustration, outrage, and complicity.
by Rob Muthiah
We posed this question to five writers.
It may be Easter, but lament comes more readily than alleluia.
Who I'd invite to my writers' dinner party
Faced with someone trying to deny me shelter from the rain, I thought, are you kidding?
When we talk about grief, we often speak of it in terms of letting go, moving on, and getting over it. People want to know when they will be back to normal. But the loss of a loved one is not a bump in the road that we go over and then the pavement is smooth again. Grief fundamentally changes who we are.