The Book of Lamentations resonates with the stories of oppressed immigrants and refugees.
What kind of faith gets you through 25 years in a refugee camp?
In October of 1989, word came down from Moscow: the peace prayers in Leipzig must be stopped.
We stay home. We look out for others. We wait—but for what?
How do we say yes to the call of this moment?
Things Pilate cannot touch: creative life, confounding power
It's time to stop the biggest lenders to the fossil fuel industry.
Jesus is saying, Love should feel like this.
Triumphal entries have a certain formula. Jesus does it all wrong.
The story of Jesus’ unjust trial and wrongful conviction must not be romanticized.
“Life is built, and then it stops, and then Christ reaches in and brings it forward again.”
Lazarus’s story is one of grief—and hope.
Keep going, says John.
Wright’s rereading of scripture is brilliant. Too bad he’s so disparaging of other viewpoints.