At 6:30 a.m., my 7-year-old daughter wakes me. "Mommy! Is it time to vote?"
This weekend I found myself irritable, tired, and hungry. Not hungry for food, but with an ache in my spirit. A burdensome kind of discontent not easily soothed by quick fixes.
As part of my coverage of the American Academy of Religion's annual meeting, I attended a day-long workshop titled "Religion in the Race for the White House." Fo
On the eve of this historic election, let us pause for a moment of thanks.
As the 2008 presidential campaign draws to a close, I've become increasingly less concerned about the specific outcome of election night and more concerned by what we will have positioned ourselves
I have been fighting tears for the past few days. And as Tuesday draws closer it becomes harder and harder to keep those tears at bay.
I work in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of northwest Washington in a building called The Festival Center.
I have given a lot of thought in the last several months about the vote coming up.
Since Mennonite theologian and ethicist John Howard Yoder's death in 1997, I have often wondered what he would have said about the events of these past eleven years.
A guide to the issues -- just in time for the elections.