Kristy Nabhan-Warren’s ethnographic study complicates familiar views of the Corn Belt.
Life of Faith
A prayer of bare-bones presence with God
There’s something uniquely precious about being physically present with people.
Scientist Susanne Simard on how trees communicate and nurture each other
Lessons from Maximus the Confessor and my dog
First I needed to meet a progressive, gracious God.
The Christian tradition has something to say about the ethics of extending life.
In between, I was ordained a priest.
Grace Olmstead has written a reverent ode to those who stick around.
Influencer culture and LDS theology fit together surprisingly well.
What was the earthy taste of river water telling me?
Yes, it’s harmful to children, democracy, and much more. It also makes my life better.
Freeing Jesus is not the kind of book we expect from someone with a PhD.
How do you see the face we cannot see?
Like all of her work, her posthumous book is warm, wise, and intimate.