Saman’s parents disowned him. The church became a new sort of family.
“A lot of people want to talk about the big questions; they just don’t know how to get started.”
“There’s a fire that cannot be extinguished except by justice.”
When we see a white police officer kneeling on a black body, squeezing the breath of life out of that body, we are witnessing an act of worship.
As I lie awake, it seems right to join those who address God with different names than I use.
What deep desire do my sourdough starter and jade clippings represent?
Facing the “intolerable trouble” of antiblack violence
It’s getting harder to believe in the vindication of history.
I’d tell him a secret I learned from Eugene Peterson.
Are the police meant to protect people? Or to fight them?
When Moses says “keep still,” he’s not recommending inactivity.
The Pentecostals of the Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus have a mighty vision.
Sometimes we don’t see what’s right in front of us.
What if all the energy we spent on taming the flesh were channeled toward loving the world?
Matthew Wilcoxen traces the idea from Augustine through Katherine Sonderegger.
Daniel Vaca details the marriage of missionary zeal and financial reward.
The dystopian novel feels about 15 minutes away from becoming reality.
Three children’s books to help start the conversation