How to rebuke death and love your neighbors, in a pandemic and beyond.
Dr. Nicole Baker Fulgham speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about what Christians can do to help improve public schools for kids in crisis, particularly amid COVID-19.
We will not commune to pray when it could infect untold numbers of our neighbors and fellow congregants. But we will continue to say the Lord’s Prayer.
COVID-19 is testing our understanding and commitment to our interdependence as the body of Christ.
Don’t make immunocompromised folks risk our safety to participate in the body of Christ.
The CDC’s updated guidelines encourage the fully vaccinated to mostly return to normalcy, leaving church leaders torn between celebration and caution.
But there are opportunities for change.
Wen shares her hopes and her major concerns with trust and vaccine distribution.
The journey between now and resurrection Sunday must inevitably go through a wilderness of grief.
For low-income Texans of color, the power outages added extra pain to an already-hellish year.
Our churches must lead by providing accurate medical information and greater vaccine access.
Yes, I want schools to reopen. But not at the expense of disabled people.
How to step into this season even as grief surrounds us.
Collins shares his journey of religion and science, and how he's found his harmony between the two.