MLK Day 2021: Consider This An Invitation

MLK Day 2021: Consider This An Invitation

MLK Day 2021: Consider This An Invitation A Letter From The Editor Written by Joseph Carlson Jan 18, 2021 Today requires nuance. A national holiday set aside in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy is just as much an invitation to confession and...
A Union Like God’s

A Union Like God’s

A Union Like God’s Lessons in Unity from the Converging Paths of Anglicanism and Orthodoxy Photo: Parker Fitzgerald Written by Kevin Walthall Jan 12, 2021 A Necessary Unity and Praying through Pain Amid the global trend toward division, the Kingdom of God is trending...
Historical Reformer – Lemuel Haynes

Historical Reformer – Lemuel Haynes

Historical Reformer – Lemuel Haynes The First Black Pastor in American History Written by Thaddeus Tague Dec 20, 2020 On April 19th, 1775 –  war was coming to Lexington, Massachusetts. The 77 hastily armed colonists arrived first. The sun began to rise,...
The Uncommon Life of Lucia Da Silva

The Uncommon Life of Lucia Da Silva

The Uncommon Life of Lucia Da Silva By Esther Kline Dec 6, 2020 The first time I met Lucia Da Silva, we climbed the stairs of an apartment building in Amman, Jordan, to visit a Syrian refugee family, pausing at each landing so her heart could rest. Once inside the...
May We Become What We Receive

May We Become What We Receive

By Rylie Shore A few cracks are hammered into my spirituality every time the devastation of another hurricane is met with, “This is all in God’s plan.” A few scabs are picked in my faith journey every time a mass shooting is smoothed over with, “God planned for this...