Joe Morrow says contemporary life in the 21st century is about “coming to terms with the array of options.”
Doug Basler answered a call in 2020 to help revitalize a church. His true mission became a litany to leading – lovingly and faithfully – the letting go.
From nonfiction to YA to poetry, the Outlook staff shares the books they are loving right now.
TikTok influencer José Salguero and PC(USA) pastor Don Griggs find God is present at the public library. (We think #thatsfresh.)
For gun-owning Presbyterians, control is – and isn’t – a cut-and-dried issue, Leslie Scanlon finds.
David Lincicum makes a Christian case for repealing the Second Amendment.
Otis Moss III wonders when we will love enough to recognize everyone’s right to live.
Gun violence prevention minister Deanna Hollas unmasks the powers behind the gun violence epidemic in the United States and provides proven actions you and your congregation can take to help save lives.
Christopher Hays ponders where we can find hope in a worsening situation.
Mark DeVries and Trey Wince encourage a generational approach to innovation.
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