Beyond the stained glass ceiling
The corporate world’s “glass ceiling” represents the invisible barrier that keeps women and people of color from realizing their full leadership potential. To what extent does the church have its own version of that ceiling?
Although violence and despair appear more prevalent in the world than ever, Advent offers a reason to hope in a season of hope.
Anticipating things unseen
“Travel teaches,” says former Mission and Ministry Board chair Ben Barlow. Sometimes its lessons can be found even in strands of rebar sprouting high atop unfinished buildings, signifying the promise of a brighter future.
The shadows lengthen
Musings about the good that can be found in both the light and the dark—sparked by a column in these very pages a few months back—sparked the idea for this new hymn from Jay Weaver.
Waking up on a silent nightChristmas Eve can be so tradition-driven and predictable that we risk missing the message. What will wake us from our sleeping in heavenly peace?
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