He wrote to free the heart from hatred and despair.
Is there a word for nostalgia tinged with trauma?
Justin Perkins and Charlotte Bass suffered multiple losses during their missionary years. Was it worth it?
Land acknowledgments can do a lot of good—if they’re rooted in solid process and relationships.
Alvaro Enciso plants crosses where migrants have died, to keep them from disappearing into oblivion.
A new documentary positions the fiery iconoclast as a prophet ahead of her time.
In Luke’s Advent story, Bethlehem’s economy is central—and it looks a lot like Bethlehem’s economy today.
Jerry Falwell wanted to prepare America for the end of the world. Ted Cruz’s evangelical backers want to take America over.
Martin Modéus will lead the national church during a time of profound change.
Hosea testifies to an earth that laments with its people.
The blue-and-green-marbled planet is trying her best to restore stability.
Some Indigenous traditions suggest that rocks are sentient. What does this mean for how we humans relate to them?
Its relationship to abortion, however, is complicated.
Twenty of us gathered to talk about having a job that requires us to weep with those who weep.
Caucusing is easy. Church is hard.