With whom do you share your road?
The words “bread,” “fight,” and “war” have the same root in Hebrew. How is bread related to war?
In a world suffering from the evil of war, a fervent prayer sung by African Americans a century ago is always welcome.
The church still perseveres in its witness to the power of nonviolence in a world riven by war.
Sometimes the size of the world’s needs makes prayer perplexing. What is the answer?
The Canada geese winging their way south were unusually impressive. Their bodies glowed in the setting sun. Why had they never looked that way before?
There’s a lot of sorting and evaluating
going on, trying to figure out what to
keep and what to let go
We cannot ignore the warnings about the potential demise of the place we live.
If returning is a long process rather than a date on the calendar, what does that mean?
A place to belong is a true treasure.