God meets us when we are at our lowest, shares Colin Farmer in a personal essay.
David Bonnema, pastor of Unity Presbyterian Church, shares the mutual learning and growth they found while partnering with a family of Afghan refugees.
After a season of upheaval, Katy Shevel reflects on what it means to reclaim something.
Andrew Taylor-Troutman learns about his great-uncle's experience as a soldier in WWII and reflects on the habitual nature of hardship — and grace.
The work of interim pastors is not often appreciated, but it is necessary.
At a young age, Union Presbyterian Seminary student Amanda Shanks felt a call to ministry. Having no model for female leadership in the church, she ignored it until two years ago. What changed?
Outlook intern Colin Farmer shares how he sometimes feels alone in his desire to end hate and corruption. Yet, even the prophets, he remembers, are called to love their neighbors.
A poem-prayer for waning seasons and bittersweet changes by Shannon Beck.
Ben Weakley spent 14 years in the U.S. Army, including deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. He reflects on the cost of killing and the work of healing.
Sometimes, pastors need help finding the right words. Rebecca Gresham shares a resource she turns to when she's tired, overwhelmed, or feels at a loss.
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