At a personal crossroads, I learned how to live from a cloistered nun.
Three thoughts to acknowledge and three actions to take for those watching the events in Baltimore.
Faith leaders reflect on what we can do and how we can learn from the situation in Baltimore.
The super part of Steve Rogers might have come from a bottle, but the hero was already there.
It quickly became clear that this app was not, in fact, made by actual evangelical Christians.
The LGBT community still has work to do after our right to marry is recognized by the Supreme Court.
Part two of a roadmap through the whole story of the Bible as told by 16 key verses.
Part one of a roadmap through the whole story of the Bible as told by 16 key verses.
There’s much to learn from the oft-ignored metaphors for God found in Scripture.
Five reasons to claim the experiential, creative, communal nature of Christian scripture.
How ignoring some basic facts exacerbates our country’s race problem.
Jordan Rice’s goal for his newly launched Renaissance Church is to love Harlem without changing it.
As Ferguson leaves the national limelight, here are three ways you can make sure your community does not miss its most crucial lessons.
Successful movements for women’s ordination and gay ministers have swept through Protestant churches, but the movement toward racial reconciliation is mixed, at best.
To do something big, you first need the courage and perseverance to be faithful in the small.