bible study

By Karen Hice Guzmán and Amanda W. Benckhuysen

Join us for a conversation with author and Biblical scholar Amanda W. Benckhuysen as we discuss her new book in which she explores scholarship written by women over several centuries and considers its implications for Biblical interpretation.

By Laura Meitzner Yoder

Laura Yoder suggests our eating can remind us to live with Christ-minded action in God's world.

By 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...

By Carmen Acevedo Butcher

I grew up watching my neighbor Hoyt watch the world go by. After Hoyt had retired from the cotton mill, he sat on his porch — a lot. I’m not saying he did nothing, because he also had a large garden and tended football-field-length chicken houses...

By 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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