Michelle Shappell Harris

Michelle Harris entreats us to think carefully and act mercifully toward the refugees in our midst and across the globe.

Michelle Shappell Harris

Michelle Harris shares her perspective on Marilynne Robinson's Home and its implications in today's cultural climate.

Tish Harrison Warren

I’d like to propose a moratorium on the use of the phrase “personal relationship with Christ.” A close friend who recently attended my Anglican church was alarmed that we read what she called “other people’s prayers.” She said that we need . . .

Christena Cleveland

Christena Cleveland shares an excerpt from her recent book Disunity in Christ.

Mary Amendolia

Mary Amendolia highlights some of the best features of this leadership development book for women.

Tish Harrison Warren

As an old millenial or a young Gen Xer and as someone who ministers among graduate students who are mostly millenials, I have read with interest Rachel Held Evans’ “Why millenials are leaving the church,” and the widespread discussion . . .

Lorita Boyle

Finding the right church can be a struggle after experiencing close grad school fellowships.

Diane Paddison

Author Diane Paddison recognizes the isolation many academic and business women have in their churches and gives suggestions for change.

Andy Crouch

Andy Crouch, married to physicist Catherine Crouch, describes the scientific life itself as a vocation that can reflect the image of God — a vocation to be attended to and prayerfully encouraged and supported.

Naomi Haynes

An ethnographer encourages Christians to build bridges of solidarity with believers around the world.

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