Churches Supporting Churches gets congregations into partnership -- and policy.
Because there are so many different facets of social justice, there’s no one formula for picking a school that values it.
Why 'voting with your fork' doesn't cut it -- Big Food will not slink away just because you shop at the farmers market.
I am writing these words on the train from Zurich to Geneva, looking up from my keyboard to see snowcapped mountains hanging over the lake.
In July, Pope Benedict wrote you a love letter. Like all love letters, it’s worth savoring.
On a personal, national, and global level, the physical well-being of all God’s children is close to God’s heart and should be close to ours as well.
This month’s cover story is about sex, and there is nothing I can add to the topic that would not violate the rules of my parole, except to mention that a Nevada senator—who single-hand
“No pleasure, no rapture, no exquisite sin greater than central air.” — The demon Azrael in Kevin Smith’s film Dogma
Everyday Justice: The Global Impact of Our Daily Choices, by Julie Clawson; The Fray, by The Fray; Learning to Sing in a Strange Land, by Wesley Stevens; and Grace Notes: Daily Readings with a Fellow Pilgrim, by Philip Yancey.
A theological variety show mixes humor, music, and cultural analysis.
The Bridge at the End of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability, by James Gustave Speth. Yale University Press.
Vacation Bible Schools isn't nearly as bad as, say, the Inquisition.
THE IDEA CAME in a dream. One night Kaytea Petro, co-founder of Neighbor-hood Fruit, dreamt she was searching on a Web site for public fruit trees throughout San Francisco.
I applaud the commentary “When Governments Kill” (by Richard Viguerie, July 2009), as an American who used to support the death penalty.
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary for September and October.
Thank you for Rose Marie Berger’s excellent column, “Stammering Through Dreams” (The Hungry Spirit, July 2009).
The ram’s horn bellowed. Fused with snapped spears and hatchet heads nicked shields covered the field,
John Gosslee reads his poem, "Keeping Promises." John Gosslee attends Liberty University, where he is the poetry reader for The LAMP.
"This month’s cover story is about sex, and there is nothing I can add to the topic that would not violate the rules of my parole, except to mention that a Nevada senator—who single-han
During a Korean-American leadership conference at Yale University, several students realized that reports of famine, inhumane work camps, torture, and ideological enslavement in North Korea no long