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Mark Sanford, John Ensign, and 'The Family'
Reclaiming the E-Word and Seizing the Episcopal Moment
Turning My Travels into Pilgrimages
Recently, I've begun to think how I can reconnect with God by turning all my travels (including my everyday errands) into pilgrimages. In this quest, I am greatly aided by the Rev. Kurt Neilson, author of Urban Iona.
You Go J-O!
When I found out A Night of Hope with Joel & Victoria would be playing in New York City, at the brand new $1.5 billion Yankee Stadium, I knew I had to attend this concert. (Sorry, but if you charge admission, I no longer call it a worship service).
Prior to the show, Joel and Victoria Osteen held a 15-minute press conference.
Prayers for Genocide Victims and Survivors
Reconciling Romans 7: My Christian Carbon Footprint, Part 1
Tools for a God-Focused Lent
Confession: 'Radicalism Often Turns People into Jerks Rather than Lovers'
Happy Birthday Darwin!
In commemoration of Charles Robert Darwin's 200th birthday, Darwin Day Celebration, a nonprofit 501(c)3 educational corporation, is hosting Darwin Day. This international celebration of science and humanity is held on or around February 12, the day that Charles Darwin was born.
New Year's Hope from Love All The People and The Last Lecture
Favorite Books and Movies of 2008
Holy Land Holidays
Religion in the Race for the White House
Climate Change: The Threat to Life and A New Energy Future
Through videos, dioramas, and interactive stations, the American Museum of Natural History's (AMNH) exhibit Climate Change: The Threat to Life and A New Energy Future, explores the different ways we have altered the natural world through our
Changeling and the Spirituality of Activism
Clint Eastwood's latest feature Changeling (opens October 24) depicts the real life story of Christine Collins (Angelina Jolie), a working class single mom living in Los Angeles circa 1928.
Fomenting a Fair Trade Chocolate Revolution
My Summer with Daddy King (Interview: Part 3)
My Summer with Daddy King (Interview: Part 2)
Back in 1961, Gurdon Brewster was a seminary student at Union Theological Seminary, training to be an Episcopal priest. When this Northern liberal raised his hand to volunteer as a summer intern at Ebenezer Baptist Church, he had no idea what lay in store for [...]