Parents of children with disabilities are no strangers to heartache, even despair. How can they find God’s presence when they’re exhausted from sleepless nights and IEP meetings?
During Lent one year, Susan Vogt started giving a way one possession a day. But she didn’t stop after Lent.
Kathleen Norris offers five Benedictine spiritual practices for writers. (Warning: Prepare to kill your darlings.)
Duke historian Kate Bowler says we’ve transitioned from the “hard prosperity gospel” of the 1980s to the therapeutic soft sell of Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, and others.
The Tickle-down theory states that the riches of one extraordinary liturgical prayer practice can be enjoyed by any layperson. Happy 80th birthday, Phyllis Tickle.
This coming weekend I will be speaking twice about The Twible in the Cleveland area. Come out to say hello!
Need some daily reading to inspire you during Lent? Here are five suggestions, including a book from Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
US Mormons can take heart that at a time when other Christian groups are struggling to reach Millennials, the LDS Church is making that connection
“Why do we wear clothes? Genesis!” And six other one-liners from last night’s debate between creationist Ken Ham and Bill Nye the Science Guy.