Laura Anella Johnson writes of remembering and forgetting the work of God.
Kate Roberts reflects on the process of processing loss through linocuts.
Janna Barber learns to accept the prickly bits and sweet scents of a mother/daughter relationship.
Tweeting the Impossible Forgiveness: Some Resources from Continental Philosophy for Thinking about Charleston, Mercy, and Social Media
On Wednesday, June 18, in Charleston, South Carolina, a tight-knit group of black men and women at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church welcomed a young white man to pray and read with them at their weekly Bible study. As they were wrapping up, the white man stood, announced his racist rationalizations, and shot at them. […]
Christian worship is the unique context, space, and practice through which the gifts of healing, forgiveness, and reconciliation are received and embraced.
Dan Rhodes talks to Chris Rice about the catastrophic failures, flashes of redemption, and possibilities for hope in a world of pain and conflict.
I was going to do my best to ignore the latest package of excrement labeled “American comedy”… the “film” called Couples Retreat. But then The Onion made it worth mentioning, by taking this opportunity to speak out more truthfully than any other film-review source on the sorry state of big-screen comedy in America. Vince Vaughn […]
This essay articulates how Derrida’s notion of hospitality may help us to overcome structural racism.
After two decades of living under an overpass, drug abuse, and self-loathing, a man’s life is transformed through Restoration Ministries, a Christian residential recovery program in Illinois.