Patrick Henry’s vision of monasticism is not a fleeing ark, but a marsh teeming with life.
Life of Faith
The Spirit’s presence often feels like winter’s dry wind.
It’s a terrible fact that we have so many opportunities to love our enemies.
How do I teach my children to care for an ailing world?
In Matthew, the Lord’s Prayer is a prayer for enemies.
Hillary McBride draws on psychology and theology to encourage us to befriend our bodies.
There’s just one oak left at Mamre.
Luke’s Beatitudes call us to live in the tension of a cross-shaped life.
Saint Agnostica is a chronicle of grief, love, and mystery.
Stuck in the throes of a chaplain’s crisis, I leaned on the everlasting arms while consulting the ancient dharma.
The disciples focused on what they could control: the state of their nets.
Kenosis, solidarity, and discipleship
The popular blogger speaks to the pain of Christians who are disappointed with the failures of the church.
Silence, in the Christian tradition, is a shared discipline as much as an individual one.
Kaya Oakes seeks the wisdom of women who are young, old, crazy, barren, butch, femme, angry, other, and alone