Scott Dalgarno shares an encounter with Nobel prize winner and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel that shaped his ministry over four decades.
Roger Gench reflects on the politics of power found in Daniel 2, the problematic theology of the American dream and the necessity of diversity.
Amy Kim Kyremes-Parks reflects on the celebration of Advent, with its proximity to Thanksgiving, and the nation’s troubling past of erasing non-White voices and cultures.
Lessons from his grandmother, a Christian and traditional healer, root Patrick B. Reyes in community and culture as he looks forward to new ministry opportunities.
Here are some of our favorite books that we read in 2022.
Tammy Wiens recounts the history and importance of the diversely ecumenical Uniform Lesson Series.
For Kathryn Ophardt, learning the nuances of Spanish opened her to an exploration of self, God and her relationships with those around her.
Yenny Delgado provides context for further exploration of ten Indigenous and Native female theologians in Abya Yala – the lands of the Western Hemisphere.
Alex Evangelista explores the depths of social, political and spiritual significance, along with the joy, in the music of the hit Puerto Rican recording artist.
Exploring the benefits and opportunities of McCormick Theological Seminary’s in-prison education initiative with Jia Johnson.