How can we grasp gratitude when it feels far away, wonders Aaron Neff?
Nadine Ellsworth-Moran, de’Angelo Dia and Smith Podris speak about how to engage liturgical arts in public spaces.
College chaplain Maggie Alsup is known around campus for the art projects she includes in chapel.
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.
A poem by Shuly Xóchitl Cawood.
May your creating be your prayer, writes Ashley Mason Brown.
Michael Waschevski, who served on the committee that produced Glory to God, shares some thoughts on the art of worship.
"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?
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