Amantha L. Barbee discovers that the step outside oneself is often where God is revealed.
Kathy Bradley’s experience with navigating the complexities of long-term care and the founding of Our Mother’s Voice.
Missy Buchanan offers advice for those caring for aging parents, noting it isn’t a reversal of roles, rather, an evolution of a relationship.
Leslie Scanlon profiles the noted Presbyterian pastor and theologian whose livelong work was inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.’s concept of the beloved community.
Environmental stewardship fuels Patricia Tull’s work with Baby Boomers to provide a brighter future for generations to come.
Brian Blount on the gravity-free, unsettling, approach to preparing church leaders.
Theodore J. Wardlaw considers what changes will strengthen theological education in our “between the times” period.
Envisioning new and creative possibilities for seminaries with Columbia Theological Seminary’s new president, Victor Aloyo.
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.
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