The fact that families are increasingly diverse and non-traditional is something to be thankful for.
The worlds of the pilgrims and Maccabees collide and find themselves a common message in “Thanksgivukkah.”
As Christians who profess to care about how our actions impact others, we should think about where our foods come from.
Many Americans might not be thinking beyond a peripheral way about the legacy of some of the most important participants in the Thanksgiving narrative.
The prophetic voice of the church is needed because most of us don’t think about poor people because we don’t see them.
There are lots of reasons for the season, some good and some bad.