In the face of ecocide, the choice before us is stark: discipleship or denial.
It's important for me to think about water as belonging to God.
I got on a bus to help someone else's justice movement—and discovered it was my own.
If we seek to follow Jesus in context, nothing is more contextual than a watershed.
We have a responsibility to use the Earth's wealth relationally, not exploitatively.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership would grant new powers to multinational corporations.
How an agreement on nuclear weapons can build a bridge to peace.
As a Christian, I grieve over the unspeakable violence wrongly done in the name of faith.
There are thousands of ways for a church to serve its watershed and all life within it.
Public memorials, both ad hoc and formal, speak to what divides us—and what brings us together.
James Patterson has pioneered something beautiful in the world of books and will be remembered for it.
St. Peter's B List: Contemporary Poems Inspired by the Saints by Ave Maria Press / Making Neighborhoods Whole: A Handbook for Christian Community Development by IVP Books / Noah's Flood: Ancient Stories of Natural Cataclysm by Ingrid Esther Lilly / iGods: How Technology Shapes Our Spiritual and Personal Lives by Brazos Press
Pacifists in Chains: The Persecution of Hutterites During the Great War. Johns Hopkins University Press
Tyrone Parker works with urban youth and families in the nation's capital.
The Cross and Gendercide: A Theological Response to Global Violence Against Women and GIrls, by Elizabeth Gerhardt
The glory of the FAME studio had its roots in the deep shame of rural Southern poverty.
I strongly object to Reta Halteman Finger’s use of “bipolar” to describe the apostle Paul (“Can Paul Be Redeemed?” February 2014).
Vincent Harding, a steadfast activist and ally in the struggle for freedom.
On a cold day this past February, seminary student Sara Wolcott boarded a bus in New York to attend the Moral March in North Carolina
The SOLD Project's hopeful vision to end human trafficking.
Ched Myers, Sara Stratton, Chris Grataski, and Sasha Adkins describe how they are connected to their local watersheds.