"I felt like a branded criminal"
A Quaker pastor asked if she could host marchers. Then a baby changed everything.
Conversations with Brethren in intercultural ministries
Don’t be a run-on sentence
Whether they voted Democrat, Republican, independent, third party, write-in, or not at all, everyone was invited
In a divided world, how can we begin writing a new story?
The lollapalooza grand-daddy of all the off-the-wall Bible stories
There’s something important to learn from baseball
What would the night of Jesus' birth have been like if we viewed it from the standpoint of the spiritual world of heaven?
We come into this Christmas season following what may have been the worst election cycle in our nation’s history…
What happens when it appears that God does not “reward the good”?
Through the ages, Joseph has been portrayed behind Mary’s chair, hiding behind a pillar or looking irrelevant. Yet Joseph was a person with his own faith...
What can we do to savor this season? How can we allow
ourselves time to breathe deeply and live more simply?
Why does she hope to look... ordinary?
There is tumult and uncertainty all around us. What can the church do?
A new film features one of America’s unlikeliest heroes
If we want to understand the mind of Christ in regard to refugee resettlement, we do well to begin with Jesus’ Bible, which is more or less what we call...
Five essential facts about refugees today
Imagine if you arrived at church one Sunday and found “patriots” with assault rifles standing on the sidewalk in front of the building...
A family group with three children under three invaded a well-worn Kansas City restaurant. What happened next was a lesson to all.