Old Testament Professor Eric A. Seibert encourages pastors and lay leaders to redeem violent Bible verses by using them responsibly in church.
Dana Moulds taps into her deep intuition to find her calling as a death doula.
Cynthia Rigby writes about perichoresis or "mutual indwelling." This term is usually used in theological circles to reference the relationship of the Trinity, but can it also reference how we belong to one another?
By acknowledging and admitting the reality of death, we put our own lives into proper perspective, writes Aaron Neff.
Teaching children about justice is important for their faith, but it can feel like a daunting topic. Christian educator Sara Pantazes recommends three tips.
Elana Keppel Levy argues that Scripture is holy, but it needs to be applied wisely. And the January 2023 ordination exam was not the time, place or method to address the violent themes of Judges 19.
A poem by Andrew Taylor-Troutman.
There’s no ‘right’ way, but there is a faithful way, writes Andy Gans.
What's the difference between transition and transformation, wonders Katy Shevel?
Perhaps a habit for "highly effective people" can also call us into a deeper faith, writes Dave Coles.