A trio of fruit of the Spirit from Galatians 5 – patience, kindness and goodness – are the foci of this issue,..
What will life and ministry look like in the post-pandemic church? Understandably, our conversations about this matter are often framed in terms..
After nearly a year of COVID-19 – of stay-at-home orders, quarantines, physical distancing and sheltering in place – I keep returning to..
For all of us, and perhaps especially for families with children, the past months of pandemic and political challenges have been difficult...
Spiritual direction saved my ministry! In the early 1990s, I “hit the wall” and entered a program in spiritual direction through Oasis..
The Presbyterian Outlook welcomes Jay Blossom into the role interim publisher/editor! Jay lives in Philadelphia and comes to the Outlook from the..
New Year’s resolutions come and go, but for Christians – especially Reformed Christians – the notion of covenant is our most enduring..
We lament, O God, the tragic display of violence at the U.S. Capitol this week, and pray that the horror of it..
On Epiphany, January 6, a day rightly dedicated to the discovery of the Christ-child, our national identity, trust and conscience were simultaneously..
The new year promises to be one of the most challenging in our lifetimes. A relentless, devastating virus has cost us hundreds..
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