By offering complex and rich content, this summer’s duo of cinematic blockbusters could provide an example for better theological communication, writes the director of communications for Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
In this excerpt from his recent book, a writer and spiritual director describes the transformative power of sacred stories and why they are important to our individual and shared lives.
Beyond friends, more than community, they will know us by our love for one another. A writer reflects on the bonds that bring people together, whether in youth groups, hospital rooms or birthday parties.
In this excerpt from her book about her ministry of sidewalk prayer and holy conversations, a New York priest writes about creating space for people to share their spiritual selves.
Ministries of kindness and positive actions are uplifting — and so are the stories we tell about them, says a communications specialist at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
During his last three years of life, the pastor and teacher Tim Keller revealed how his faith, prayer life and trust in Christ were deepening. His witness offers lessons — and questions — for us all, writes a friend and former student.
Traditional measurements don’t capture the whole story of young adults and faith. The reality is much more hopeful, say researchers at Springtide Research Institute.
Some reflections to accompany your soda and seven-layer dip, from a communications specialist at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
In a culture of effortless perfection, Kate Bowler and Jessica Richie are determined to tell the truth: life is beautiful and hard. In their new book, “The Lives We Actually Have: 100 Blessings for Imperfect Days,” they offer blessings for joys and struggles and plain, ordinary days. And because Christian leaders are human too, they share here a special blessing for those who minister.
It’s not just convenience that inspires a young mother to continue with an online gathering focused on Scripture reading, meditation and prayer.