“We are only a healthy community if we’re taking care of everybody.” — Edgar Villanueva, Decolonizing Wealth As the coordinator of the..
The two-fold crisis we face U.S. Christians have a worldwide reputation for generosity when compared with other groups in this country and..
One of the lessons the COVID-19 pandemic has taught churches is this: For many Presbyterians, receiving communion is a powerful, precious part..
As I seek shelter from the storm and run from the meadow of familiarity to the dark forest of confusion, where shall..
Smartphones, social media and a slew of emails — all these things came into existence in only the past couple of decades...
The world is experiencing a noteworthy demographic shift in the percentage of individuals who are 65 years and older. The U.S. Census..
Carmen Romero is in her late 40s. Her day begins before the sun rises as she makes lunches for her three children..
I became a senior citizen in 2021, a transition I had largely ignored for most of my life. As a public high..
Alec MacGillis Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 400 pages What’s happening to Baltimore, Maryland? To St. Louis, Missouri? To Dayton, Ohio? To Newark,..
In Memory of Rev. Shannon O’Leary Tammy pounded her fist into her baseball glove: once, twice. The boys on the other side..
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