The price of joy

By Tamara Fyke
In the final days of her pregnancy, young Mary endured a journey of almost one hundred miles from Nazareth to Bethlehem while riding on a donkey. Although my own children were… read more

God has a dream

By Michael Curry
In this sermon for the Third Sunday of Advent, Episcopal Church (USA) Presiding Bishop Michael Curry touches on each of the lectionary texts, but finds his message in the words of … read more

Top 5 ministry lessons I will never stop learning

By Talbot Davis
The end of any year is typically a time to reflect on advances made and lessons learned in the previous 12 months. The end of 2017 is no exception. And on many occasions when we… read more

On election day, an Alabama church stands apart

By Yonat Shimron / Religion News Service
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (RNS) — Four older women — two in wheelchairs, one using a walker and the other a cane — wait on the sidewalk as the church van rolls to a… read more

Santa is NOT God: The spooky predator song

By Christy Thomas
I love the Christmas music. Last week, I attended a Christmas concert and found myself awed at the profound theology expressed in familiar carols. We see the glory of God, sense… read more

reClaimed: Longing for hope

By ReClaimed Podcast
Charles, Matt, and Gregg mark the beginning of the season of Advent with a discussion about the absence of God and how we wait for God to break in on our lives. Learn more about… read more

Called to love

By Jill M. Johnson
Loving humanity Several weeks ago, as I was preparing to go to bed, I saw a commercial for a refugee relief agency on television. All night long I dreamt about and prayed for the… read more

Remaking the bad boy culture

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
The bad boy culture is alive and well. We see it in real life: prominent men who sexually harass women and get away with it; home grown terrorists who blow up buildings; shooters… read more

Inclusion is within everyone's ability

By Tiffany Manning
Since 1992, each year on December 3rd the United Nations has promoted the observance of International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The purpose of this day is to stimulate… read more

More than enough!

By James A. Harnish
Have mercy on us, Lord! Have mercy because we’ve had more than enough shame. We’ve had more than enough mockery from the self-confident, more than enough shame from… read more

reClaimed: Justice for youth in prison

By ReClaimed Podcast
Charles and Gregg are joined by Elizabeth Henneke to discuss the enormous number of youth serving time in adult prisons, how they get there, and how she is leading efforts to help … read more

The holidays upon us: Eat, pray, shop

By Christy Thomas
Thanksgiving is soon upon us and the Christmas shopping frenzy has begun. Impossible to walk into any retailing environment now and not find Christmas paraphernalia everywhere… read more
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