In this excerpt from their recent book, two New York pastors explain how a devotional project begun for their church became an offering to cultivate a “justice imagination” for a larger audience.
In their new book, Gail Song Bantum and Brian Bantum describe working through race and gender in their own marriage.
Tallu Schuyler Quinn reckons with a devastating cancer diagnosis in her posthumously published book.
There are too few spaces where our feelings and experiences are allowed to be complex or overwhelming.
Two years after we learned about Jean Vanier’s abuses of women, we continue to reckon with the interplay of vulnerability and power.
God is with us in our complexity, our complicity, our fragility and our belovedness, writes the director of the Thriving in Ministry Coordination Program at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.