God calls us to serve the world with our bodies—even when those bodies are failing.
Two Israelis, a lawyer and a rabbi, on the complicated relationship between religion and national identity
When you embrace criticism instead of avoiding it, you get lots of chances to love your enemy.
Twelve-step groups have a rule against crosstalk. It’s a good rule for churches, too.
When our church received a windfall, we tried an experiment.
In the wake of violence, pastors have to lead people out of hell. Jesus has been there.
Chicago's Episcopal seminary goes all in on field education
Churches have long outsourced theological education. Now it's moving back.
Now that 60 is the new 50, creative models are emerging for ministry transitions.
It was the all-time paperback best seller. But Good News had its critics.
I was skeptical about sainthood. Then I met three people whose lives were changed by Mother Teresa.
In the United Church of Canada, a liberal congregation is growing. Here's how.
In opioid country, churches get to know their recovery communities.
Our two ministers associations merged. Our differences don't stop us from working together.
Public-health approaches to addiction share a compelling goal: to avoid making things worse.