Did Kelly Gissendaner’s transformation story capture our attention because she is a white woman?
Lent doesn’t answer all of our questions, but may reveal why we find value in spirituality in the first place.
A look at the meaning of martyrdom and why one person’s martyr can be another person’s terrorist.
Remarks from Rabbi David Saperstein, the new U.S. ambassador for religious freedom.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we all figured out how to be charitable without sounding a trumpet on Twitter?
This conversation between Jesus and his apostles is jam-packed with important things for us to know.
There’s more to the story than soulful music and whooping preachers. Way more.
Jordan Rice’s goal for his newly launched Renaissance Church is to love Harlem without changing it.
When Jimmy Rollins pushed for ethnic and culture changes at his church, many members left. Then the church blossomed like never before.
Successful movements for women’s ordination and gay ministers have swept through Protestant churches, but the movement toward racial reconciliation is mixed, at best.
Why do black women accept second-class citizenship in the church institutions they have built and sustained?
Why do we put aside things that matter? Because things matter to us so very much.
Making sense of ashes, fish and fasting during the annual 40-day penitential period.
When I took church to the streets of San Francisco’s Mission District, I found God was already there.
I called the Dean of the National Cathedral for a lesson on Lent and realized I needed to do more than just learn about it.
What is social justice, really — and why should it matter to our faith?