Eat, Sleep, Pray: Spiritual Practices with NewbornsCultivating a Lived Faith: Spiritual Practices for Activists and ContemplativesA Nonviolent UprisingWhy I Won’t Watch #RayRiceA Day At The Beach: Theology Under The SunISIS vs the Way of Jesus
Eat, Sleep, Pray: Spiritual Practices with Newborns With a summer baby we slip into bed while the sun is still setting and get up ...
Cultivating a Lived Faith: Spiritual Practices for Activists and Contemplatives Some Christians find themselves more naturally inclined toward ...
A Nonviolent Uprising This nonviolent uprising has been incredible to watch. A slow, steady, ...
Why I Won’t Watch #RayRice Have you seen it? The Ray Rice video? The one where he knocks out his ...
A Day At The Beach: Theology Under The Sun As spring is struggling to establish itself here in Australia, summer is ending ...
ISIS vs the Way of Jesus The way of Jesus is the hard way. Forgiveness, love, choosing to lay down our ...

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Why I Won’t Watch #RayRice

Janay Rice

Have you seen it? The Ray Rice video? The one where he knocks out his then-fiance, now-wife?

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ISIS vs the Way of Jesus

Isis Fighters

The way of Jesus is the hard way. Forgiveness, love, choosing to lay down our lives is the most difficult path in the face of real enemies. ISIS is real. But love is far more powerful.

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Step by Step, Block by Block: Letting Ferguson Change …

Ferguson

We were part of a movement that is building step by step, block by block. The folks we met did not want vengeance and did not want officer Darren Wilson killed. They want an end to killing.

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ISIS vs the Way of Jesus

Isis Fighters

The way of Jesus is the hard way. Forgiveness, love, choosing to lay down our lives is the most difficult path in the face of real enemies. ISIS is real. But love is far more powerful.

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Jim Foley, ISIS, and What I Learned from Being …

Notoisis

We sat on mats in a traditional sitting room in a remote village of northwestern Iraq. One of our captors guarded the door with his assault rifle at the other end of the room.

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Ebola, Inequality, and the One Who Brings Us Hope

Hospital

A couple of weeks ago, when news of the Ebola crisis in Africa first broke, my husband Ben said something surprising to me.

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THE RED CARPET

Seeking An Epathethic Space: The Challenge of a Christian Witness in America

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Rev. Michael McBride, known simply as “Pastor Mike,” is the Director of Urban Strategies and Lifelines to Healing Campaign for the PICO National Network.

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LIFE

Eat, Sleep, Pray: Spiritual Practices with Newborns

Baby

With a summer baby we slip into bed while the sun is still setting and get up after the sky is already bathed in light. But still we haven’t slept a solid stretch. Because all night he is nursing.

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Cultivating a Lived Faith: Spiritual Practices for …

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Some Christians find themselves more naturally inclined toward activism—toward throwing themselves into the mix of it all. Others find that contemplation—an orientation toward rhythms of silence, prayer, intercession, etc.—is a more apt way to express their faith.

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THEOLOGY

A Day At The Beach: Theology Under The Sun

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As spring is struggling to establish itself here in Australia, summer is ending in the Northern Hemisphere. I hope my US friends are enjoying the last of the sun, and with it time on the beach.

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Saved By Bitterness? Fighting With A Whole Heart

Bitterness

“Why is being bitter such a bad thing?” I ask Rush on one of our regular night walks. Amelia strains her neck into a bush of monkey grass while I continue. “I mean, I don’t recommend it for everyone, but is being bitter a sin?”

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