Editor Teri McDowell Ott reckons with the role White women have played in America’s violent, racist history. She invites Outlook readers, specifically White readers, to own their fear, face hard truths and act in solidarity for the liberation of all God's people.
For our February issue on pilgrimage, Teri Ott reflects on the connection between the archetypical hero's journey and traveling as a pilgrim.
Teri McDowell Ott previews Outlook's January 2023 issue "The Third Act," which highlights some extraordinary contributions older adults are making to the church and world.
Introducing Outlook's new look including a new logo, a discussion guide in each issue, and new columns on practical theology and faithful conversations.
We've covered a lot of ground in 2022 including national news, denominational meetings, a three-week General Assembly and a year's worth of Sundays and holidays. Outside of our weekly worship resources, these are the most popular stories from 2022.
A word of gratitude and acknowledgment for the many donors who make the Outlook’s ministry possible.
Outlook's national reporter Leslie Scanlon will be moving on to new opportunities and challenges in 2023. We are grateful for her many years of faithful service.
Presbyterian Outlook welcomes Dartinia Hull to our editorial staff.
In this issue of the Outlook, we explore the changing landscape of theological education — both challenges and opportunities.
"Christ does not call us to an unchanging state of safety and comfort, but to ask, seek, knock. To look beyond our first impressions for meaning within."