We gave our readers a one-word writing prompt: “Plate.”
We’re too often blind to what God sees.
Call their names. Tell their stories. Confess our role.
After the resurrection, the disciples’ words failed too.
The language of war garners collective resolve. But that’s not all it does.
We seem to be relearning the social benefits of building community with our not-so-close neighbors.
Those in power have been working for years to prevent votes from counting.
When all days seem alike, maybe the best unit of measure is love.
The media portrays him as a progressive. It’s not that simple.
The Spirit is present. The Spirit is working.
Are we guilty of throwing stones or of watching coats?
Two books offer entrance points for the intimidated.
TaraShea Nesbit’s novel about the Mayflower pilgrims and their conflicts
Gene Fowler examines why traumatized congregations so often attack their leaders.
Phil Christman explores the idea of the Midwest.