The Israel-Hamas war has spawned hateful, violent and even genocidal comments, both in person and online. An expert offers suggestions for Christian leaders to recognize and undermine it.
A Caribbean immigrant’s Thanksgiving meal begins with squash soup — a comfort food for past, present and future
The writer’s grandmother cooked hearty, meaty soup every week in Montserrat. Now a lighter, quicker version graces his table in the U.S.
Colleagues and constituents may signal important clues about their well-being when they mention the mundane, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Faith communities are among donor-partners helping RIP Medical Debt ease the financial burden of health care.
A shelter run by volunteers in El Paso acts as a waypoint and addresses the needs of those seeking refuge in the United States.
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.
Jesus modeled the requirement to step away in order to sustain his ministry, writes a director of programs and grants with Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Most people respond to boredom by either avoiding it — hello, smartphone! — or resigning themselves to it. But what if we dealt with boredom by transforming it into a different state of mind?
A real estate developer in the South Bronx works to build attractive spaces and create jobs in her home community and show people they can have beautiful, successful lives in their own neighborhoods.