Five new books about the lives and faith of Christians around the world
His art is like the man who created it: joyful, loving, and gently curious.
John Eicher’s history exposes European Mennonite complicity in Native dispossession.
Maybe the grace experienced in the sacrament precedes belief.
At Thelma’s Kitchen, every table is a holy table and every guest a living icon.
How the Church of South India and Church of North India were formed—and how they fare today.
A look inside the thriving (and sometimes controversial) neo-Pentecostal denomination
“The historical truth is that no single person—no matter how gifted—has led complex social change on her own.”
Three authors, one Jewish, one Muslim, and one Christian, place their hope firmly in a new generation—again.
Presbyterian border ministry in Douglas, Arizona, and Agua Prieta, Sonora
Those of us who worked with him sometimes suspected he had cloned himself.
Sometimes truth is better than comfort.
Pastors coping with the pandemic need our encouragement, not our carping.
A response to Will Willimon and Stanley Hauerwas
So a local artist found a creative way to cover him up.