Selected articles and online-only features from the Church of the Brethren’s official magazine
"I cannot see my blindness"
The Church of the Brethren General Offices have been getting a lot of hometown love.
Facebook knows what you searched for on the Internet, how long your phone conversations were, and what 10 albums changed your life. What about the Church...
The power in Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wind in the Door
What headlines do we wish someone would write about us?
What would be the opposite of living generously?
In a season of Thanksgiving, I am grateful for...
What happens when the fireworks start?
What is it like to be the one in the ditch?
In a world of mass-produced tacos, we don’t know what we’re missing.
At love feast, can you see the vine that connects us all?
What would the early Brethren think of today’s intertwining of government and religion?
Don’t be a run-on sentence
There’s something important to learn from baseball
Where do we draw the line between religion and politics?
So, what’s a nice girl like you doing in church journalism?” It took days to think of a comeback…
How can we change some of our country’s big problems? The first step is startlingly simple.
"Where it's never church as usual." What?
Should churches have “lament counters”?
What can a mere bookmark tell us?