John Shore, along with many others, present Not All Like That, a website were Progressive Christians can voice their support for the LGBTQ community.
Rev. Evan Dolive changes a flat tire on a hot day in Texas, meets a stranger, and has a revelation.
Are we doing good deeds out of compassion, or a selfish need to prove something to other people with photographs?
When Jarad Dewing lost his brother, he lost more than just his sibling. He lost his faith too.
What kinds of things should we be saying that will show love and be life-giving to people?
The defining moment each week is when my prepared sermon looks back at me and asks, “Do you really believe this?”
What happens to faith when you come face-to-face with tragedy?
Christian Clifton argues that the rift is because each side is seeing only a fraction of someone’s identity and treating it as the only defining factor in that unique individual’s life.
Jeff Eagan reflects on practicing Christian non-volience in an unthinkable situation.
The Rev. Evan M. Dolive believes theology is deeply personal. And he struggles with the “I know more than you” mentality of Christianity he so often sees—in others, but sometimes in himself.
Suffice it to say that she was easy to spot, being the only white face in the building, apart from the swarm of media, panting for a quote, just outside.
A dislocated knee helped Christian Clifton realize that whatever blame can be placed at the time of a traumatic incident, it is up to him to take the actions needed to heal.
Christian Clifton learns how to be a man of God through his failure to live up to God’s will.
Warren Blumenfeld explains that many people in the US understand “Christian proselytizing as resting upon a foundation of Christian privilege in the United States.”
She was easy to spot, being the only white face in the building, apart from the swarm of media, panting for a quote, just outside.