A Book Review
The dangers of a missionary childhood in Uganda ran from snakes, ants, and monkeys to the forces of Idi Amin, all captured in rich prose through her memories and her mother's letters in this memoir by Sari Fordham. →
The Board of Directors of the Collegeville Institute has named Dr. Jacqueline Bussie as its 5th executive director. →
Mark R. Schwehn's essay considers how Christian colleges can prepare students for a lifetime of vocational choices. →
The river winds its way through all Judeo-Christian story, a river of freedom, a river of life. →
A Covid Year
"Beneath the loss, if we dwell with it and look at it long enough, I think we can often see that love remains." →
NewsThe Board of Directors of the Collegeville Institute has named Dr. Jacqueline Bussie as its 5th executive director.Perhaps no one needs Sabbath as much as activists. This essay and prayer recommend rest as important to the work.For Wesley Morris, being a good writer and pastor means embracing a "luminous darkness" as a place of transformation.In Season 2 of our podcast, listen to activists and writers of faith including Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove.Writers must do what we’ve always done but with clearer intention, deeper integrity, and immense faith in our work's value.
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A Book Review