Christians ought to take food security seriously, says Karen Jackson. And that might mean taking political action.

In many ways, mission is just “showing up.”

Transformation is great, but it can’t happen without first confessing and rejecting our sins.

For Kathy Nimmer, a public school classroom became a sacred space as she mentored a younger teacher.


A Navy family decides putting down roots is a priority—and reaps the benefits.

What matters to millennials might be different than you think.

Christine Van Farowe helps manage the finances of a man with schizophrenia. He has taught her a lot.

A hyper-masculine Jesus results in the alienation of both men and women from the real Jesus.

Stepping out in faith is risky and scary. But sometimes, that’s exactly what God calls us to do. 

There are lots of reasons to say “no” to attending General Synod, but the experience can be a blessing—as one delegate has discovered.