"I believe we are all aspiring memoirists; we long to see our lives whole, discern their meaning, and share it with our children, grandchildren and others."
"Duncan writes for those who want to know they do not face their finite disappointment in the church alone, yet hold infinite hope for the world beyond the church."
Dispelling long-held myths about the experiences and expectations of ancient women, Hylen provides ample evidence that women were impactful, vocal and a powerful social force in the time of Jesus.
"While I was seeking the words to describe what I longed for, Katherine May wrote them all in this book. I will return to Enchantment again and again."
Amy Pagliarella reviews Shannan Martin's latest book.
Historian, pastor and musician Raymond R. Roberts reviews Dave Matthews Band's latest single and considers the church's approach to violence.
"By letting chaplains tell their stories, Cadge allows readers to understand their motivations, individual approaches and perceptions of the significance of their service."
"Everything Everywhere All at Once" may be absurd and dance with nihilism, but it also contains important lessons connected to the Christian faith, writes Brendan McLean.
Amy Pagliarella reviews Rob Delaney's latest book.
"Naming the ways in which Asian Americans harm each other and render ourselves invisible when we adopt the values of the dominant culture captured the emotional taxation many Asian American church leaders endure — often without even realizing it."