What is faith if it doesn’t come to expression in everyday acts of love and friendship – in the scent of fresh-brewed coffee and freshly-folded towels? A poem by pastor Todd Outcalt.
A respected early Anabaptist leader writes on the meaning of the body of believers: “Where each member extends assistance equally to the whole body, it is built up and grows. There is peace and unity, and each member takes care of the other...”
What I'm saying today is that we must go from this convention and say, “America, you must be born again!” Excerpts from King’s speech “Where Do We Go From Here?,” delivered at the 11th Annual SCLC Convention, Atlanta, Georgia...
In my distress I called upon the Lord; to my God I cried for help. From his temple he heard my voice, and my cry to him reached his ears. Psalm 18:6, RSV. Dear Father in heaven, we rejoice that you are our Father. We rejoice that you rule and guide...
Everything he gives you to do, you must do as well as ever you can, and that is the best possible preparation for what he may want you to do next. ...
What happens when an abortion survivor finds and forgives her birth mother, who never knew her daughter was alive? Read More
Available March 1: How do you follow Jesus without burning out? In this guidebook Dorothy Day offers hard-earned wisdom and practical advice gained through decades of seeking to know Jesus and to follow his example and teachings in her own life. Read More
Has there ever been a more hard-hitting, beautifully written, theologically inclusive anthology of writings for Lent and Easter? It’s doubtful. — Publishers Weekly Read More
How can Christians represent the love of Christ in an age when Christianity has earned a bad name from centuries of intolerance and cultural imperialism? Is it enough to love and serve your neighbor? Can you be a missional Christian without a church? Read More
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