All Saints Day
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Luke’s Beatitudes are for the poor. What if Matthew’s are, too?
It’s not possible to parent without experiencing risk, weakness, pain, and transformation.
by Debie Thomas
This psalm is hard to take.
Blessed are those who read this wise and lovely book.
These three stances toward God are the beginning of faith.
We are living in a season of immense upheavel.
Eight upside-down blessings for a pandemic world
Matthew’s Beatitudes are meant to give comfort, not to challenge.
by Kat Banakis
As theophanies go, this one is oddly comforting.
Gabriel Said Reynolds puts the two sacred texts into respectful, honest conversation.
by Ejaz Naqvi
Sarah Huckabee Sanders was denied a meal at a Virginia restaurant. I wonder who's welcome at our table.
What would the global church look like if we all honored our ancestors as members of the communion of saints?
by Ross Kane
From dust I came and to dust I shall return—but not forever.
Poverty of spirit, like any kind of poverty, is unenviable but survivable.
Sarah Ruden writes some of the most sumptuous words about Bible words I’ve ever read.
The preacher is still green! Maybe we'll hear something hopeful.
I don’t like this. When I mourn I want to not mourn anymore.