As Eliza Jaremko sends her eldest daughter off to kindergarten, she reflects that learning never stops — the church is proof of that.
A poem by Jay Hulme.
College chaplain Maggie Alsup reflects on how her anxiety followed her throughout her education and the kindness of certain teachers that granted her perspective.
Newly-ordained Molly Smerko reflects on the week shortly after her ordination that included presiding at a wedding, the Lord’s Table and a funeral.
"As the articles in this issue reflect, our LGBTQIA+ siblings are not so 'other.' They are our family members, church members, co-workers and friends who are loved by the God who created them."
Union Presbyterian Seminary Doctor of Ministry student David Bonnema explores best practices for planting and funding new worshipping communities.
Karie Charlton shares the short prayer that buoyed her spirits as a music teacher at a Catholic school and continues to shape her today.
Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty makes a Christian argument for climate justice.
Coordinator for Gender & Racial Justice for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) national office Rev. Shanea Leonard offers some suggestions to make your congregation a welcoming place for people of all genders.
In response to a string of violent attacks in her hometown, Anne Apple questions God and finds comfort – both communal and divine – in a memorial run.
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