By Sam Chamelin
In the latest essay in our series on rural faith, Sam Chamelin writes about the prophetic, priestly, and pastoral roles of the church in encouraging sustainable agriculture. →By Neill Morgan
In this poem, Neill Morgan imagines the apocalypse when “not one stone will be left on another.” →
A Conversation with Patrice Gopo
In this interview, Patrice Gopo discusses her essay collection titled All the Colors We Will See: Reflections on Barriers, Brokenness, and Finding Our Way. →By Erik Carlson
Today, we kick off a four-week series on churches and faith in rural America. Our first essay is by Pastor Erik Carlson, who wrote about leading a rural church through a season of change. →
A Book Review of Birthing Hope
"Childbirth," writes Christiana Peterson, "hurts, yes, and life just hurts sometimes, too." Read her review of Rachel Marie Stone's memoir Birthing Hope: Giving Fear to the Light. →
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Celebrating 50 YearsRoberta Bondi is a major player in the ecumenical movement and an effective ambassador for the Collegeville Institute. Read an excerpt from her groundbreaking book Memories of God.Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew's latest book, Living Revision: A Writer's Craft as Spiritual Practice, delves into the way rewriting can be deeply spiritual.Kathleen Norris has had tremendous success as an author, but also setbacks. Benedictine humility, she says, is what gives her stability.Sometimes faltering forward is all we can manage in this life of faith. Don't miss this interview with Marjorie Stelmach about her latest book of poetry.Lauren F. Winner has led summer writing workshops at the Collegeville Institute since 2014. In this interview, she talks about why most of writing is revision.
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