In Matthew 15, we see a Canaanite woman teach Jesus something about mercy. What does this mean for us?
Instead of focusing on Peter's ultimate sinking in Matthew 14, perhaps we should remember that Peter responded in faith, Philip K. Gladden writes.
Dana Moulds reflects on "willingness" and Jesus' feeding of the 5,000 in Matthew.
The kingdom of heaven allows us to see our ordinary lives in extraordinary ways, Jo Wiersema writes, reflecting on Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52.
Looking at the parable of the weeds in Matthew, Teri McDowell Ott discerns two calls for those who read the text.
Tara W. Bulger reflects on how Christians are to deal with "people-ee" people.
Looking at Romans 7:15-25, Tara W. Bulger reflects on God’s grace and the spiritual practice of self-examination.
It is not our faith, but God’s faithfulness that saves us.
Editor Teri McDowell Ott engages one of the notoriously difficult passages in Matthew where Jesus says, "I came not to send peace, but a sword."
In honor of Juneteenth, Stephanie Sorge weaves together multiple readings from the Revised Common Lectionary to reflect on God's liberating work.
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