Laura Cline reflects on real faith in this original poem.
Jen Underwood explores the intersection of life, faith, and paper-writing in this original poem.
Lisa Rieck offers a prayer-poem reflecting the challenge of following a call when the initial clarity is gone.
Two poems by E.V. Clare.
Kate Norlander gives us a picture of one of the most stunning experiences of the Urbana conference.
Poetry by Lisa Marie Rieck: "We didn’t think to pray/for rain that spring and summer. . ."
Katherine Jeffrey sees a theological symmetry between the first and second Eve, but also the human side of both women's suffering.
Hidden in a small red leather-bound volume with letter-press printing, Annie Wald sees a lesson for our lives.
Holly describes the role of literature in her coming to faith and the connection between her development as a teacher and her discipleship as a Christian.
Abigail Zimmer considers the worth of investing time and money into a hard and possibly obscure career.
Our Christmas card photo unnerved me this year. Our two young daughters in burgundy and raspberry velvet dresses, my husband in a brownish jacket, me in a dark chambray dress with a cabled sweater and a red-beaded necklace...
Ann Boyd reflects on the complicated relationship she has with Lent and what Jesus has taught her through it.
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