Pastor and educator Donald Griggs offers ten ways to create inclusive worship by applying educational theories such as Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences.
In response to recent violence, Andrew Taylor-Troutman shares a poem he wrote while planning a peace vigil.
What happens when you are denied forgiveness? Katy Shevel shares her experience and how she is finding a way forward.
How is the conflict in the Middle East being presented?
When it comes to the future of the church, it's tempting to put our heads in the sand, writes Rebecca Gresham. Let's be honest about the decline of mainline religion — and that God is still present and active.
From apples to sunflower seeds to a small daughter's blessing.
College chaplain Maggie Alsup reflects on the impact of writing prayers for a diverse community.
Reading the Bible used to feel like a drag to Walter Canter. He found reinvigorated joy when he let his curiosity, and the Holy Spirit, guide him.
After tending to her sick mother, New Testament scholar Kathleen Gallagher Elkins finds that Job’s friends are more relatable than they once seemed.
During an interfaith gathering, Ashley Brown was introduced to sabbath in a new way.
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