Heather Walker Peterson

My friend Caroline is reading the Old Testament passage and Psalm. She tucks her hair back behind her ears, bending over the lectern. (This is a friend who tears up when she holds out the goblet of wine to me during the Eucharist: “The cup of salvation.”) She is reading a portion of Ruth...

Laura Goetsch

Laura Goetsch reflects on the powerful community life she experienced during the crucible of grad school.

Bronwyn Lea

 Bronwyn Lea tells of her meandering journey seeking her calling — and the pattern God is finally revealing.

Would you take baby with you to an academic conference?

Ann Dominguez

I watched the NOVA special Chasing Pluto today. My children were blown away to find out that the New Horizons Pluto probe which just this summer reached its target, was launched in 2006, before some of them were even born...

The Well peeks into the life choices and current projects on the plate of Joanne Marshall, professor of Educational Policy.

Tina Teng-Henson

Tina Teng-Henson's increasingly complex life calls her into a place of deep trust with God.

Tish Harrison Warren

My first daughter was born very, very early on a rainy morning just under four years ago. I’m new at this. And I’m no parenting expert. I don’t really know what I’m doing. And I haven’t even sent a kid off to kindergarten yet. . . .

Jennifer Woodruff Tait

Jennifer Woodruff Tait reflects on the intersection of motherhood and academia.

I just found out I am pregnant. Should I continue my job search?

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