It was wonderful. My life is meaningfully better without it.
Life of Faith
The eulogies began when Musk took over. What are we mourning?
Luke is in a maximum security prison. He wants to be an Episcopal priest.
Pastors find an imaginative outlet in Dungeons & Dragons.
The stress of the past few years has brought many to the breaking point.
We can recognize ourselves in the messy people around Jesus.
It’s possible to stop believing, but we can’t live without trust.
The philosopher’s call to attention reminds me I’m making a difference.
We’ve become convinced that speaking is the most important thing we can do.
Shelterbelts is a quiet ode to rural life that honors what is good and confronts what is not.
Her powerful debut resonates deeply with my lifelong labor to honor my name and my voice.
“How had I not heard these stories and met these people, living 30 years right next to them?” asks Hanan Schlesinger. “How could it be?”
An ethicist, a pastor, and two podcasters weigh in.
Given time, things can grow back.
Pamela Cooper-White details best practices for difficult conversations that privilege listening, reflexivity, curiosity, and care.