Two new books invite us to learn from what others have loved about the civil rights icon.
Life of Faith
The word contagion comes from the Latin words for “with” and “touch.”
Before you had a human parent, you had a perfect one.
Her epitaph, “She hath done what she could,” says a lot.
We need structural change. We also need to be willing to be personally undone.
Imagine God asking that question. You’ll get an insight into God’s heart.
It’s difficult to study the phylogenetic tree and still feel lonely.
Then I had to learn to love God.
His definition of prayer is simple: conscious conversation with God.
It’s not just about entertaining the kids.
The poet’s collection of essays is so vivid, we can smell, hear, taste, touch, and see her rapture.
Kerry Connelly and Layla F. Saad offer primers for White people in various stages of antiracism journeys.
When she gave me words, she gave me God.
Incentivizing good behavior can suffocate morality.
“Breath is how I bring myself back to God. My breath is my sacred word.”