Ashley Van Dragt

Ashley Van Dragt finds the incarnate God in an unlikely place and urges us to be light for one another.

Attorney Joy Reedy talks with us about her work as an advocate for the imprisoned and what she has learned about grace along the way.

What kinds of policies are helpful when encountering students who wish to have their grades changed?

Christine Jeske
One week before my family ended a ten-month stay in South Africa, I had a dream. In the dream, an old white-haired woman looked me in the eye and said...
Debra Sulai

Debra Sulai explores the spiritually damaging nature of self-reliance in academia.

Carmen Acevedo Butcher

Bent over in the backyard in my faded blue jeans with the too-long, fraying leg bottoms, I pull on a weedy vine. My soft old t-shirt is decorated with a border of Union Jacks framing Churchill’s bulldog stare...

Joanne Marshall

I was troubled this week by Buzzfeed’s reporting of the hate-filled Twitter responses of students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign when their chancellor, Phyllis Wise, announced that classes would be held, despite the cold . . .

Katherine Jeffrey

Katherine Jeffrey sees a theological symmetry between the first and second Eve, but also the human side of both women's suffering.

Ann Dominguez

A resident physician explores the intersection of her faith and her medical training in the face of a morally difficult situation.

Tish Harrison Warren

Tish Warren describes the what, how, and why of her Lenten practices.

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