With her own voice changed by the stroke, she wanted to hear the Bible spoken aloud by her husband.
Now we tend to see it as a virtue—at least for some people.
Sometimes I picture its author looking down at us and shaking his head.
Be like water: clear, humble, persistent, and restorative.
The infiltration of online parenting spaces began as a slow burn. During the pandemic, it’s picked up speed.
“Looking east can free us a bit from our anxiety or ecclesiastical culture wars or general air of being panicked and overstretched.”
But sometimes it also requires clever tactics.
It’s not just about an overall partisan advantage.
It’s not possible to parent without experiencing risk, weakness, pain, and transformation.
Millions of Christians worship like the Orthodox but are aligned with Rome. Andy Warhol was one of them.
Abundance is not always God’s modus operandi.
Peter is hardly the first person to challenge the status quo because of something God told him in a dream.
Fortune gives a wrenching account of intergenerational trauma and its costs.
In Yehiel Poupko’s poems, Jewish belief in God groans under the burden of divine silence.
Andrew Bacevich and Samuel Moyn each seek a reckoning on how the United States uses its military abroad.
Maya Angelou // Haji Chilonga’s On Red Dress