From farms to churches, no place feels safe.
Being born is a holy calling to join God in free, joyful, and playful expression.
For some congregations, sitting down together for a meal is the heart of worship.
Richard Danielpour’s universal Passion and James Primosch’s mass for doubters
“Jesus was preaching to people who were in the middle of the worst farming and fishing crisis yet.”
Despite what you’ve read, most of them didn’t resist.
The monarchy, celebrity, and true greatness
It’s not just about how much they get paid.
He was moving away, the stranger said, and he wanted to leave a box in my care.
Most LDS members are not from the United States. The church’s leadership and practices are another story.
When I was newly pregnant with my daughter, I thought of myself as the hired hand, her temporary guardian.
In case flesh and bone aren’t enough to convince the disciples, Jesus also asks for dinner.
How fighting for human rights can lead to idolatry
Rights are good, argues theological ethicist Nigel Biggar, but they are not the only good things.
Who was Henrietta Mears?
A new biography of the woman who shaped the men who shaped modern evangelicalism
A body in pain navigates the world
Poet Molly McCully Brown’s memoir of life with cerebral palsy
Can H. L. Hix improve on Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John?
An odd, charming gospel account that draws from dozens of sources