We feel helpless because the issues are so big, so old and so seemingly impossible.
Faith Perspectives: We are embroiled in a moment of fierce change. … A new vision of community is needed.
For some people, the quickest way of dealing with anger is to dump it on someone else. It’s as if by hurting another person, they feel better.
Remember when distancing was something you did to avoid crazy relatives at parties?
We have to fight this pandemic at scientific, humanitarian and spiritual levels. The whole world is in this together. This deadly virus has no…
Faith Perspectives: It’s important to take precautions, but it’s also important that we don’t give up church attendance for Lent.
Can Christians share hope that will help provide a path through hysteria?
Pondering is not merely thinking or daydreaming or simply observing. It’s the work of paying attention and being open.
Some values are non-debatable.
They walk into the sanctuary with bright eyes and runny noses, ready to sing and pray. The pastor brings the songs, the stories and the hand s…
How do you reconcile "not hating" someone while, simultaneously, being so angry with them that you exchange an insult or two?
Christmas is all about light, and if we’re not bringing light to the world this Christmas, we’re doing something terribly wrong.
Stereotypes fly when you have the opportunity to get to know a person.
Thanksgiving is a celebration of harvest feast. I believe the essence of the day is one of the core tenets of all faiths.
In a hectic world, what are your priorities? And what message do they send to your children?
Our hope lies in citizens standing on solid ground, pointing to a better way. People of faith should be such citizens.
The day after Halloween is always All Saints' Day. Snickers bars can wait, but saints deserve our attention.
Including followers of many faiths on the same trip helps to bridge gaps, adds to understanding.