Undergirding the well-worn wisdom of “Give folks a fish and nourish them for a day, teach folks to fish and nourish them..
There are expectations of the church, divine and earthly. Our human experiences tend to not reconcile with the expectations. Divine or earthly...
by Jess Cook As someone who frequently facilitates trainings and conversations related to the identities of and challenges faced by lesbian, gay,..
I do not watch much TV. Yes, even in quarantine. I watched more TV before quarantine began if that is believable; my..
Asian physician Battles virus at clinic Battles hate on street — John Okamoto John Okamoto, a member of Japanese Presbyterian Church is..
As I was growing up in Richmond, Virginia, my universe largely consisted of the five miles between my private school and my..
Someday the extreme dislocations of COVID-19 will end. The question being asked throughout American society, economy and politics is: What then? What..
I started on my summer reading list early — in March, when the coronavirus pandemic shut down public libraries and shut readers..
A pandemic changed things. It changed the way we worship, work, move about in our cities and sometimes even within our homes...
An undercurrent of fear runs below all of us these days. Images of exhausted health workers, projections of spread and the numerous..
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