In her new book and on other platforms, divinity professor Kate Bowler explores what it means to live well even if our lives are never “finished.”
The tragedies of the world provoke understandable rage. But focusing on existential gratitude and connection creates space for transformation, writes the director of the Thriving in Ministry Coordination Program at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
As a community anchored on the principle of truth, the church can play a leading role in guiding us out of the pandemic, says the director of the National Institutes of Health.
In these profiles, four clergywomen share their pandemic stories. Like many American women, they’ve struggled to balance work, home and community in lives upended by the coronavirus.
A clinical psychologist, poet and professor reads the letters of Paul through a psychological lens and identifies keys to his resilience and positive religious coping — and how those strategies might help Christians today.
A walk by a stream prompts a writer and spiritual director to wonder: Could a fresh understanding of joy help restore us?