Chris Forte talks family dynamics with Andrew Brewer. Listen to the podcast here.
Matthew Williams questions what it means to be a
The people we admire will influence our lives and our choices, if only on a subconscious level.
Activists Darren Calhoun and friends apologize to the LGBTQ community at Chicago Pride Parade for the way extremist Christians have harmed them.
Is “being yourself” bad advice? Ira Israel takes a look.
Because light is greater than darkness, the human spirit is stronger than fear, and love is the most powerful force in the world and will always win.
Almost inevitably, separation breeds ignorance in like measure.
John Pavlovitz pens a letter to those with damaging “Christian” beliefs.
Modern day ‘Rennaissance Man’ is this author’s pick for a 21st-Century father figure.
Are we listening? Chris Forte on how he decided to pay attention.
I am Now. I am only ever Now. I never was before. I’m not Now, I’ve gone and all that remains is Nothing.
J. Parrish Lewis is looking for peace while washing dishes.
John Pavlovitz comes to terms with an old friend.
Embed from Getty Images How to Reconcile Our Identities. — The other day I walked past my bookshelf, and this juxtaposition caught my eye—two books that have no business being next to each other. The one is an Advent devotional titled Preparing for Jesus: Meditations on the Coming of Christ, Advent, Christmas and the Kingdom […]
I chose the road less traveled by and I have no regrets.
Do you want to be brilliant at one thing, or live a life where your family and friends find joy in your presence?