As one of my congregants said this week, “We are all sitting ducks.”
Three suggestions for how to faithfully accompany a closing church.
The heavens appear much the same as when this season of sickness first began.
Crises, like Lent, can push us to reconsider our relationship to food and land.
Catholics wrestle with COVID-19 recommendations given by pope and bishops.
Sojourners Executive Director Adam Taylor and Rev. Jim Wallis share their thoughts on biblical teachings that can guide us through these times.
We have survived catastrophe in the past. And not just survived – ultimately, we thrived.
Between 1347 and 1352, 'The Great Mortality' touched a third of Europe's population.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and the Rev. Jim Wallis discuss making connections to faith and worship, spiritualty and justice, in the digital and social media age.
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.
To be church is to be the body of Christ in the world.
The outbreak of the virus and the outbreak of racism toward APIA communities are spreading together.