by Rie Linton The website Patheos.org posted an article on August 17, 2013 written by David Murrow entitled n2myhead, is currently developing a curriculum on Diversity and lives in Huntsville, AL.
Day: August 29, 2014
AM: Psalm 16, Psalm 21:1-7(8-14); PM Psalm 110:1-5(6-10), Psalm 116, Psalm 117 Job 9:1, 10:1-9, 16-22 Acts 11:1-18 John 8:12-20 Often when I read the readings for the day I can’t easily make a connection between them or, if I can, it’s a very tenuous one. Today, though, with each of the three lessons all […]
News of the horrific violence perpetrated by members of the group ISIS, or IS, on Muslims, Christians, and other minorities continues to shock the world, and their deft use of social media propels their message. Now comes news that young people from the US and UK are among their most ardent recruits. How do we make sense of this phenomenon?
Laundry Love is a growing faith-driven movement that helps people change their lives by letting them change into clean clothes. The organization partners with local laundromats and helps those who are homeless or struggling financially by doing their laundry for free.
Tom Ehrich wonders of the most segregated hour in the week might not also be a search for a safe space, where people can just be themselves without reproach, glares or the fear of violence.
Reform magazine, the journal of the United Reformed Church, asked four people to respond to the question of miracles.
A federal judge finalized an earlier order striking part of Utah’s bigamy law on Wednesday. But don’t expect households of ‘sister wives’ to pop up in a neighborhood near you anytime soon.