"It is not enough to be optimistic. Defiant, active, solution-oriented optimism undergirded by strategy and resources can fuel true change, one impact at a time," writes Kelli Walker.
Looking for a re-fresh in your devotional life this fall? Amy Pagliarella has some recommendations.
James Martin, SJ HarperOne, 384 pages | Published Sep. 5, 2023 It’s easy to accept Come Forth’s assertion that the raising of..
Maggie Alsup shares a resource she has found helpful in addressing her anxiety and ministering to college students as they wrestle with their own mental health.
What are church leaders to do when church stops working? Philip J. Reed reviews Andrew Root and Blair D. Bertrand's new book.
K. Marie Mainard O’Connell recommends "The Book of Forgiving: The Fourfold Path for Healing Ourselves and the World" by Desmond and Mpho Tutu. "It is time to start forgiving the church — and ourselves," writes the pastor.
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.
Thinking about a pilgrimage? Heather Prince Doss recommends several books that help you move beyond tourism and travel with spiritual intention.
Based on a recent Outlook survey, Jo Wiersema shares the top children’s Bibles for early and pre-readers — and what you should consider when purchasing a story Bible.
Amy Pagliarella and Shani McIlwain review Chanequa Walker-Barnes' new book where she writes: "We are our bodies. There can be no spiritual life that does not engage the body.”
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