In This Issue
From the strength of our church traditions has come a new ecumenical spirit for the 21st century.
Evangelical and ecumenical have been terms unfortunately divided. The "evangel" is the uniter.
M y son Daniel asks me when he will have a bar mitzvah like our friends son.
Jim Wallis has done an outstanding job of describing the new ecumenism that is fostering dialogue among black, mainline Protestant, Catholic, evangelical, and Pentecostal churche
A few years back, after the Berlin Wall had fallen, George Bush was talking about a new world order.
The nations social welfare policy is changing dramatically, and the religious community will play a vital role in the transition to something new.
The hardest mothering of all is to give your children their own existence.
Ecumenism will happen not so much as a result of doctrinal discussions, but through real-life activities on behalf of a suffering world.