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.
Deanna Thompson's book about cancer takes us where we don't want to go but must.
As religious leaders, we cannot ignore what the events surrounding the confirmation hearings are doing, especially to our bodies.
In the wake of violence, pastors have to lead people out of hell. Jesus has been there.
In a time of American inhospitality, Jan Holton offers a compelling vision.
As CC books editor, I get to peruse a lot of books. Too bad I can’t review them all.
Can Christians display a life together that’s as compelling as war?
“White privilege is your history being taught as a core class and mine being taught as an elective,” wrote a tumblr user in February of 2014. This claim illustrates how education sins in its ignorance. Latin American liberation theologians taught that sin consists not only of personal misdeeds—it is also embedded in social structures that promote harm and inequity.