It’s Thanksgiving in the United States. We thought we would start the day with some old fashioned heart. And the voice of Johnny Cash.
When his world was crumbling and darkness was knocking at his door he turned to an ancient practice for help.
Dr. Steve dissects the mysteries of how to be love able. It is easier, and harder, than you think.
When George Hodgman was a boy, he and his mother ended the day holding hands and praying. Not just for themselves, but for all the people in their tiny Missouri town.
We see religion and sports converge time and time again. But should they really go hand-in-hand?
Cynthia Barnett explores the idea of prayer for healing back pain.
Margaret Rhee elegizes the Gaza dead in a prose poem of remarkable tenderness. Blending the personal and political, she questions “The difference between wound and womb…Palestinian and Israeli…You and me.”
Dr. Jana Craft has been inspired by a fellow parishioner; his worship has stirred her heart (and made her a bit jealous, too).
Jacob Max Winkler has been writing his own prayers for years. He recommends the practice highly.
A crazily inspiring 3 minute reminder–we all drink from one global well, we are made of water and a countdown to 3pm, March 22, 2014.
Saying your creed is one thing. Meaning it is another.
Jacob Max Winkler sees how celebrity worship leaves the human connection out of the equation. It’s time to change the way we love our stars.
If any disciple will simply practice kindness, he will soon attain Supreme Perfect Enlightenment.
Dave Karpel wonders how is it that talking to his dogs is easier than talking to God?
Jacob Winkler has found that this one medieval prayer has many modern uses.