Selected articles and online-only features from the Church of the Brethren’s official magazine
How can the disciples be joyful when Jesus leaves them behind?
This small congregation extends around the world. How?
How might Brethren influence the communities surrounding us if we armed ourselves with hospitality?
A Brethren police officer talks about race, police shootings, Black Lives Matter, and school resource officers.
Poetry opens up the interior of gun violence
Is heroism a factor in our present situation?
A message of hope and optimism about the future
Senseless tragedies have a common thread: the question, “Why?”
Insight can occur anywhere and at any time, even over a fast food meal in a shopping mall food court.
Simple living tips
Perhaps we put Easter in too small a box.
The power in Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wind in the Door
Why I am inviting the Church of the Brethren to watch Black Panther
Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek emergency shelter. This is not a drill.
Billions of Christians claim to love Jesus. What does that mean for a suffering world?
Jesus was a refugee! Mary and Joseph were refugees! What does that mean for us?
What headlines do we wish someone would write about us?
In front of me, the Senate steps of the US Capitol. Multiple military guards with machine guns at the top of the steps...
After Boko Haram’s attempt to destroy the church, we want to rebuild and make it strong
A fascinating look at the lives of conscientious objectors at Cascade Locks Camp during World War II.