Does being a good citizen require keeping up with current events?
Survivors are in our pews—and pulpits.
Small deceptions work like a narcotic, making us feel nicely respectable. Especially in church.
As a young white pastor, I learned the value of working with black organizations—and not trying to be in charge.
It's a church—and a yoga studio, psychotherapist's office, and Reiki healing space.
Evangelical politicians were among the most vocal opponents of Dilma Rouseff and her party's social programs.
Matt talks with Cornelius Plantinga Jr., the former president of Calvin Theological Seminary, about miracles, the collapse of the sacred/secular distinction when “every square inch of creation belongs to Jesus Christ,” and why preachers should read more fiction.
Integration is one solution to a history of oppression. New Zealand's churches tried another.
How can God speak through what is soft and breakable? How can we?
Trump isn’t the only one who says things used to be better.