Here in Washington State, there is roughly the same number of churches as there are prisoners.
Luke's story of the rich man and Lazarus is full of vivid details. Which makes you cringe the most?
We asked readers to write on the theme "feast." Here are the most compelling entries.
There had to be something more to Jesus.
Our two ministers associations merged. Our differences don't stop us from working together.
What is Jesus thinking when he tells the parable of the dishonest steward?
As I drive past boarded-up churches, I am more convinced than ever that many congregations could afford to revisit their neighbor ethic.
At Cana, Jesus asks Mary, "What is this to me and to you?" It is very important that the church hear this question.
We see. We taste. We touch. We smell. We hear. To be human is to move through time and space guided by our senses. Reading this passage from Luke, I think about the sensory onslaught that defines my existence.
James calls Abraham a “friend of God.” In this week’s reading from Exodus, Moses presumes upon a similar divine friendship to offer God advice.