Charles Marsh writes beautifully about the anxiety instilled by his childhood faith—and the therapy it took to overcome it.
Brooke Petersen gathers the stories of eight queer Christians who left churches—and found new ones.
This life of faith can be a dusty one.
Fortune gives a wrenching account of intergenerational trauma and its costs.
Hillary McBride draws on psychology and theology to encourage us to befriend our bodies.
Elizabeth Catte traces the haunting history of forced sterilizations in Central Virginia.
My mother grew up in a violent home. But violence was not the totality of her life.
When everyone is traumatized, caregiving takes on new dimensions.
Brit Bennett’s novel explores racial passing, gender transition, and family trauma.
Gene Fowler examines why traumatized congregations so often attack their leaders.
Talking about God in the face of wounds that won’t go away
New books that are shaping conversations about practical theology
Sonia Waters sees pain and trauma at the heart of this particular type of soul sickness.
In Luke’s postresurrection appearances, the disciples have to reckon with the traumatic somatic.
Christy Gunter Sim, a trauma expert and domestic violence survivor, offers case studies for church leaders.