Life of Faith
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During seminary, I spent my summer breaks building bridges.
Anyone with a complicated life and family—all of us—will find a home in Susan Silverman’s story.
There’s a time for reconciliation, for prayers for unity and healing. This is not such an hour.
In Mark 5, a hemorrhaging woman meets a permeable savior.
D. L. Mayfield wanted to help Somali refugees. She ended up mostly baking them cupcakes.
Nine trans Christians tell their stories.
The church of my youth taught me that salvation means having arrived. My Buddhist neighbors showed me otherwise.
An ethicist and an anthropologist ask: How much is too much?
Dying poses hard questions about autonomy.