Mary Frances Schjonberg of
Day: May 28, 2013
I know it’s hard, but thank you for what you do when you bring your children to church. Please know that your family – with all of its noise, struggle, commotion, and joy – are not simply tolerated, you are a vital part of the community gathered in worship
… what does it mean when otherwise-thoughtful and respected church leaders like John Piper and Rick Warren’s Saddleback co-pastor Tom Holladay insist that women have no right to leave their abusive marriages?
As the Archives of the Episcopal Church, President Gay Jennings of the House of Deputies and the Office of Government Relations are observing a civil rights summer, celebrating the feasts of Thurgood Marshall, Pauli Murray and Jonathan Daniels, we look back at Marshall’s great achievement.
In the first of a two-part series, Theo Hobson looks at the tensions between the rational and ritualistic traditions of liberal Christianity in
There is a spiritual paradox. Often when we feel most lost — vulnerable, threatened, needy — that’s the time when God is most active in our lives.
by Donald Schell After forty years of asking people to try and reflect on new ways of practicing church, I’m still loving helping our gathered communities discover fresh ways to do this, to be church, to gather openly in Jesus’ presence inviting all in, but this visit to Scotland, seeing how my daughter is making …