Kids ask questions based on their concerns. Figuring out how to answer can be difficult, especially when we wish we could shield children from hard realities, writes Karen-Marie Yust.
Scott Barton turns Isaiah 64:1-9 into a prayer.
May your creating be your prayer, writes Ashley Mason Brown.
"If we aren’t careful to look for what’s true, we might become yet another voice repeating bad information," writes Elana Keppel Levy.
The Presbyterian motto “decently and in order” may reinforce the status quo instead of pushing the boundaries. How does our denomination develop leaders, Aaron Neff wonders?
People of faith are called to have compassion, regardless of our preferred political narratives, opines Michael Woolf.
What do babies see when they stare at the ceiling? Scott Barton wonders if it might be the memories of loved ones they never get to meet.
Maggie Alsup offers four tips to craft prayers for multi-faith spaces.
If you've ever wondered, “Wow! We actually have a potential future church leader among us! What do we do?” This list is for you, writes Walter Canter.
Julie Raffety writes about the value of encouragement in our lives, especially in matters of faith.
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