spiritual formation

Tish Harrison Warren talks with us about her new book and what she’s learned about worship and everyday life through writing it.

Ann Boyd

No matter what your political leanings, it’s a complicated time in the United States. There’s no debating the fact that roughly half (or more) of the country will be sorely disappointed when they awake on the morning of November 9...

Anna Moseley Gissing

Anna Moseley Gissing reviews The Road Back to You, a new book from InterVarsity Press on the Enneagram.

Tish Harrison Warren

A few years ago, the InterVarsity chapter I led, along with 13 other religious groups, lost its status as a recognized student organization at Vanderbilt because we required...

Chandra Crane

We are called to be salt and light on earth, as this responsive reading reminds us.

Sara Scheunemann

Leoba may be the most delightful saint you have never heard of. At least, this is how I came to think of her last summer, when I met her in my course readings for Called to Holiness...

Sharon Gartland

Sharon Gartland reflects on the challenges and benefits of following the pace Jesus sets for her life.

Sara Scheunemann

Sometimes when you meet a new friend you know instantaneously that she will enter your inner circle. Other times a person moves in and out of your life, gradually drawing closer, until you turn to her one day and notice she has a greater presence...

Tina Teng-Henson

Tina Teng-Henson shares seven practices in which she has particpated in and been nurtured by Christian community.

Carmen Acevedo Butcher

Far north off England’s east coast, near Scotland, is Holy Island, known as “Lindisfarne” at first millennium’s close. Its vibrant monastery could only be reached from the mainland at low tide, by a path of mud and sand flats . . .

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