We gave our readers a one-word writing prompt: “spark.”
In Tacoma, Minneapolis, and elsewhere, people without housing have taken over buildings.
“Breath is how I bring myself back to God. My breath is my sacred word.”
What my bad sermons made bland, our sanctuary made sweet.
My feet hurt. To distract myself, I'm recalling my professional failures.
Incentivizing good behavior can suffocate morality.
They’re acts of harm against living, breathing people.
When she gave me words, she gave me God.
In Latin America, faith and politics are being disentangled.
Saul would have provided better odds against Goliath. But God might not have favored him in the matchup.
God is moving on, but Samuel can’t.
Biblical scholar Tony Keddie shows how the conservative movement enlisted the Bible to help its cause.
Two new books on praying, caring, and acting for the earth
Andrew Root cautions pastors that doing more is not the answer.