Elvir Ciceklic lifts high the praises of our children.
Joshua E. Livingston examines how Jesus blesses children to demonstrate the inverted shape of political agency in the kingdom of God.
Sara E. Solberg reflects on the refugee crisis.
Mark Powell considers marriage, guilt, and designer chocolate milk.
Vincent Lloyd meditates on what the maligned figure of the black father can teach us about God.
Jonathan Hiskes writes that we cannot control the tender moments of a child’s first year—we can only bear witness.
Rachel Jones has to choose between her children as she examines the realities of raising children in challenging places.
This essay draws on Judith Halberstam’s The Queer Art of Failure to discuss the relationship between queerness and children.
Each Friday we compile a list of interesting links and articles our editors find from across the web. Here’s what’s catching our eye this week. TOJ contributor D.L. Mayfield reflects on pain, loss, and the promises of God: So, in that children’s hospital, I stared into the sun for a little bit. I’ve been […]