Our spiritual lives would grow if we could step beyond the false notion that God arranges our circumstances.
Life of Faith
Going through the motions together can move us toward healing.
Brooke Petersen gathers the stories of eight queer Christians who left churches—and found new ones.
Fifty years later, Wendell Berry revisits the themes he introduced in The Hidden Wound.
Jeremiah has to learn to name the reality that is right in front of him.
After each service, I sweep up the dirt, specks of plastic, and tendrils of hair.
At a workshop, I was asked to list my failures. The experience has stayed with me.
Sometimes in ministry you lose precious things.
Theologian Alison Benders takes an online pilgrimage through our country’s racial history.
Technology can’t give us what we really want, says Andy Crouch.
Some Indigenous traditions suggest that rocks are sentient. What does this mean for how we humans relate to them?
Why would we refuse that help?
There is nothing markedly sacred about the potter’s house.
When seismic shifts unseat us, it’s the ordinary that puts us back together again.
I’ve been offering my tangled knots of questions and memories as prayers.