America’s at an impasse in the gun legislation debate. What if churches led the way through honest curiosity, Eliza C. Jaremko wonders?
TikTok influencer José Salguero and PC(USA) pastor Don Griggs find God is present at the public library. (We think #thatsfresh.)
"Let's begin again," writes Courtney LeBlanc.
In the PC(USA), there’s a lot of focus on pastor burnout — and rightly so. But lay leaders are also facing exhaustion, and we need to care for them, writes Phillip Blackburn.
In each issue of the Outlook, we include a discussion guide to further reflect on the issue. We recommend using this guide in your Bible study, small group or book club. It's our invitation into a faithful conversation.
As a millennial and former youth ministry worker, Eric Nolin is no stranger to a world where school shootings happen. There's much to be done, but perhaps one place to start is with a kind word.
What the wildfires in Canada have reminded Aaron Neff about the power of listening.
"At 8:16 a.m. the quiet of the office/ broke, the first shot/ cracking the air..." — Courtney LeBlanc remembers the 2013 Navy Yard Shooting.
Pastor and New Yorker Cheni Khonje evaluates the comparison between Daniel Penny, who choked Jordan Neely to death on the New York City subway, and the good Samaritan in Luke 10.
A poem by Scott Barton on Matthew 10:40–42.
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