Women in the Church Tell Their Stories.
This year the U.S. Constitution turns 200. For many Americans the milestone is 1987's excuse for jingoistic hoopla and celebration.
Ben Linder is dead. The 27-year-old engineer from Portland, Oregon, built dams in rural Nicaragua and liked to dress up like a clown for the kids.
I will never forget the conversation a dozen years ago in the plush office of my Methodist conference's district superintendent.