The New Monastic author explains why he has time for words, even when he is overwhelmed by the sense that he has no time for them.
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In this excerpt from “Living into Community: Cultivating Practices That Sustain Us,” the theologian and ethicist explores what it means to live truthfully, one of the four practices at the heart of thriving Christian communities.
For almost 30 years, Sister Helen Prejean, author of “Dead Man Walking,” has been using witness and storytelling to bring people close to the reality of the death penalty.
A refugee from Burma resettled by Church World Service in Durham, N.C., repairs a bicycle at a bike co-op. Church World Service is a partner of the nonprofit DurhamCares. Joanna Schiestl
The nonprofit DurhamCares seeks to make the Great Commandment a reality by building a process and infrastructure for meaningful giving to community organizations.
The search for a church committed to racial reconciliation didn’t go quickly. But the waiting for it, like the waiting of Advent, was a time to learn to love God and neighbor and find miracles in small and surprising places.