It is no wonder that so many of us feel full in the wild. God as Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer is so evidently seen in nature. It is almost as if the wilderness is a not-so-subtle reminder of the character of God.
Outlook national reporter Leslie Scanlon reports on what you need to know about General Assembly.
Kathleen Long Bostrom shares some lessons she's learned in her ministry on how to pray with others when they are sick, dying or grieving.
Pastor, editor and former GA moderator John M. Buchanan reflects on what drew him to the PC(USA)and what keeps him coming back.
Joshua Kerr highlights three recent pieces of fiction that examine trauma in a helpful, accessible way.
A Q&A with Ruth Santana-Grace, Shavon C. Starling-Louis, Josefina Ahumada and Marilyn McKelvey Tucker-Marek.
"I’ve become convinced that the incarnation of Jesus in the world was not just about God becoming human but, in a larger way, about God becoming part of creation itself."
Page McRight, who chaired the Rules of Discipline Revision Task Force, previews what edits will be suggested to General Assembly.
A poem by Arlin Buyert.
The “environment” is not something separate from us, but we are intricacy and intimately part of it. What we do matters on a daily basis.
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