Feeding bodies and souls at Everyone’s Table
He thrived on the process of endearing himself to all who hope for better days.
“People from every religious tradition want to be of service to God’s creation in a genuine way.”
How do I teach my children to care for an ailing world?
Stuck in the throes of a chaplain’s crisis, I leaned on the everlasting arms while consulting the ancient dharma.
In Matthew, the Lord’s Prayer is a prayer for enemies.
It’s hard to imagine this fear-driven resentment responding to outside counsel.
It’s time for the president’s actions on fossil fuels to match his words.
There’s just one oak left at Mamre.
In her new movie, the filmmaker’s fascination with the myth of masculinity unfolds in 1920s Montana.
Luke’s Beatitudes call us to live in the tension of a cross-shaped life.
The disciples focused on what they could control: the state of their nets.
Trauma and embodiment
Hillary McBride draws on psychology and theology to encourage us to befriend our bodies.
Anya Silver’s heart-wrenchingly beautiful last poems
Saint Agnostica is a chronicle of grief, love, and mystery.
Stephanie Spellers’s bold, practical wisdom for American Christians
Kenosis, solidarity, and discipleship