“Dolly Parton says she is singing for everybody. I am trying to translate for everybody.”
“The most magical part of thru-hiking is the community that we share.”
The only thing it lacked was a desert—so the monks imagined one.
Faith and water conservation in the desert
If anything had an honest answer, it would be the canyon’s cool indifference and heartbreaking beauty.
Mark Driscoll’s megachurch radicalized White men by weaponizing the White nuclear family.
He turned it into love and care for humiliated others.
Yet it’s holding tight to its life-saving information—and its record-breaking profits.
Why are you still in the church? Why bother with Christianity at all?
Amid political chaos, a church mural from 1746 grounds Peruvian faith and national identity.
Sometimes anger is a window into what needs to be mended and healed.
Jesus obliterates our internal ledgers and points us to repentance.
A tale of beauty, religion, and how easy it is to exploit them
Jacob Sorenson has written a wise, informative, and practical study of the benefits of Christian summer camps.
When Asian American women are rendered invisible, the whole church is diminished.
Joshua Prager’s deep reporting reveals Norma McCorvey as never before.