Jerusha Matsen Neal writes for preachers who stand in the messy middle.
James Ault’s new documentary offers a window into a vast and exciting musical world.
At this church, people with and without disabilities both worship and lead.
How can we stitch them together?
I didn’t know how to answer, but I do know that the gendering of God has real-world consequences.
When my church opened its doors to an immigrant family, we had to reimagine the meaning of sacred space.
The Londoners who come to Aylesford as pilgrims are an impressively polychrome microcosm of Christianity.
The ancestral religious practices of the African diaspora were forced underground by the White church.
This might mean changing the order of certain elements.
It’s been replaced by a thriving irrigation hose.
Will Willimon tells preachers to put aside sentimentality.
We should all be a little eccentric.
“If it can’t be happy, make it beautiful.”
Lament and longing can be companions.
Forty new O Antiphons