Did King Saul have PTSD, Elana Keppel Levy wonders? Perhaps. What she knows from her own life is this: surviving is an act of courage.
Here's what some readers are saying in response to our #EndGunViolence special issue released in June. Add your voice to the conversation!
Brian R. Louis, a pastor in southern Arizona, shares the hate and love he experienced at a recent Pride parade.
Ashley Mason Brown offers concrete ideas for how faith leaders can assist with lowering the rate of gun violence in the United States.
Responding to the Southern Baptist Convention's actions to explicitly bar female pastoral leadership, biblical scholar Frances Taylor Gench reflects on how the PC(USA) engages Scripture that instructs women to be subservient such as 1 Timothy 2.
There are whispers of a "Ted Lasso" spin-off, but Brendan McLean doesn't want one. Applying the hospice principle of a good death to a beloved story can lead to something profound, he writes.
From nonfiction to YA to poetry, the Outlook staff shares the books they are loving right now.
"I know my experience at the Eras Tour made me a better pastor," writes Hannah Lovaglio.
"There isn't an age requirement to care about humanity," writes Young Adult Volunteer Naomi McQuiller.
What does it look like to gather people with intention? Teri McDowell Ott explores this question in her editorial for the July/August issue of the Outlook.
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