For almost 40 years they have done their plodding, gracious work on me and my vocation.
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Privileged progressives have turned their attention from structures and systems to sentimentalism.
What does it mean to protect women and girls?
Maybe immortality is about more than not being dead.
Sometimes we can’t express what we want, even when we are in desperate need.
We are as reliant on grace as our bodies are on water.
Marriage is an opportunity to keep working on the same story each day.
Iconoclasm isn’t just an expression of anger. It’s how we try to make new worlds.
While teaching in a prison, I got to know a gardener.
When my parishioner returned to church, she seemed to have crossed a threshold that revealed her true self.
It’s about “long obedience,” not idleness or selflessness.
The church is a body: scarred and punctured but feeling its way through the world.
Evangelism has become a dirty word among progressive Christians. But don’t we have good news to share?
Clergy burnout happens when churches expect pastors to do everything and pastors oblige.