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.
During an isolating pandemic, national remembrance offers a way to grieve together.
Thanks to longstanding community connections, many faith-based NGOs are stepping up to provide COVID-aware disaster relief.
“In a public health crisis, ethics always has a dimension toward other people," said Dr. Nancy Berlinger.
“Christian nationalism is consistently one of the strongest predictors of anti-vaccine attitudes,” said Andrew L. Whitehead.
A longing for "normal" holidays could rob us of experiencing true gratitude.
"Is God really calling us to recreate what we were doing before?”
This is a specific prayer for specific types of circumstances, namely, travesties of justice.
People of faith react to Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis
In the coronavirus hotspot of Pune, 47-year-old Nair is one of the few women offering last rites for the dead.
There's no national effort to memorialize a tragedy we're still experiencing and will be for quite some time.