Living Faith


Biblical peoplehood is not about political power over a country; it’s something much better.

Pope Francis wears white robe and stands in an open car surrounded by a crowd.

It was not clear if the deal with Volkswagen eventually will cover the “popemobiles.”

An excerpt from ‘bell hooks’ Spiritual Vision’ by The 19th’s Nadra Nittle examines the late feminist's views on the role of religion in women’s liberation.

“I’m not going to accept that anti-trans evangelicals are forever set in their ways,” says Rebecca Jane Morgan.

Bishop Jose Negri of Santo Amaro in Brazil sent the doctrinal office six questions in July regarding LGBTQ+ people and their participation in the sacraments of baptism and matrimony.

Jails and prisons reduce the depth of human life, and in the U.S. hundreds of thousands of people suffer because they cannot afford bail.

Pamela R. Lightsey, a United Methodist minister and womanist theologian, is imagining something new for the church.

The committee was approved to do archival work, seek stories, and explore reconciliation through at least 2027.

The illustration shows two Black women embracing, both have halos, and the one in front is holding her hand around her stomach as if she were pregnant, presumably the Virgin Mary. The woman behind her has colorful angel wings presumably God or an angle.

December reflections on scripture from the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle B

The illustrations shows the head of a woman whose eyes are closed, with a single tear falling down her face. The background covered in gray drips.

Amanda Held Opelt's new book explores the lost rituals of grief.