Selected articles and online-only features from the Church of the Brethren’s official magazine
We have more in common than just a name
He took a first-ever sabbatical--but it didn't go as planned.
People are rarely going to tell you the truth about your preaching, so here are seven thoughts from those in the pews
One hundred years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, a peace accord was signed in Paris to end World War I. Armistice Day signifies...
Her basketball team was chosen to represent the state of Indiana at the USA Special Olympics. What happened over the next 14 months was amazing.
As we passed the tubs of concrete along the bucket brigade, our Burundian colleagues began to sing
Not allowed: oaths, picnics, secret societies, life insurance, sleigh bells...
Name them. Nurture them
I watched my daughter being led away by a stranger
Christ has made another appearance among us
Every young girl or woman who hears the Spirit’s call to the set-apart ministry needs these things
Senseless tragedies have a common thread: the question, “Why?”
Perhaps we put Easter in too small a box.
Billions of Christians claim to love Jesus. What does that mean for a suffering world?
Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek emergency shelter. This is not a drill.
In front of me, the Senate steps of the US Capitol. Multiple military guards with machine guns at the top of the steps...
There is a subtle implication that the words “under God” mean that God is on our side
In a remote corner of a poor and densely populated country, sits a small
ocean town, Cox’s Bazar
We need to address the relationship between guns and our faith.
There is so much of life to live on the other side of what’s easy