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Thrilled at Last to Be Thrilled to Vote
The Stumbling Block of Healing
We pray for God's miraculous intervention. So why are we surprised when it comes?
When the Sago mine explosion trapped 13 West Virginia miners 250 feet below ground in January, I was deep into Kettle Bottom, a stunning collection of poetry by Diane Gilliam Fisher that i
A Clarion of Justice
For 40 years, The Other Side offered a vision of 'justice rooted in discipleship.'
Faith and Crab Pots
The political leaders in place at this time are constructing social policy and vision that is fundamentally destructive of human life and well-being, particularly of those most marginalized by our governmental system.