Travels through Israel-Palestine raise a pressing question: How might Christians be “living stones” in such a complex religious and political place?
Ph.D. candidate, Vanderbilt University
Jessica Bratt is pursuing a Ph.D. in religion, psychology and culture at Vanderbilt University. She is ordained in the Reformed Church in America and previously served as a chaplain at Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. She was formerly on denominational staff as Executive Coordinator in the Office of the General Secretary of the Reformed Church in America.
I am disheartened by the vitriol in current social and political discourse. But let’s not pretend that civility will fix it.
While we grow more ignorant of our own and our neighbors' faith, Starbucks proclaims, “Take Comfort in Rituals.”
Wes Granberg-Michaelson has shown a rooted identity as a leader of the Reformed Church in America.
The World Communion of Reformed Churches is trying to catch up with being a truly global church. The US government would have none of it.
“The artist is present” offered museum visitors the rare gift of being fully present with them.
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