Author/illustrator's clever books are worth a stop in children's literature section of the bookstore.
A folk tale explores the creation of the world and the Fall--but what does the Fall have to do with the coyote's song? Featuring collages created by Ryan Vande Kraats.
A boy's first goose hunt yields a memory far more meaningful than taking in the first holiday bird.
The mystery of the incarnation is not just a topic for philosophers and theologians--it initiated the transformation of our family tree as children of God. Iconography is one attempt to capture the mystery, but what can we discover by going straight to the Word?
On the need to cultivate the fantasy-lives of believers in Spirit-filled churches.
Imprisoned Christian labor organizers in Cuba need your help in retelling their story and advocating for their release.
A series of meditations, stories and quotes on the nature of time, change, and grace.
Who's got the inside scoop on sex? Apparently no one.
A review of Motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan Lethem.
A review of Life of Pi by Yann Martel
What the journey to the Promised Land teaches us about God and memory.
Charting the history of a relationship with Scripture.
A college professor shares a story of living in relationship with God.
On the stages that occur between the beginning and the present.
A gift takes the form of knowledge conveyed in a letter.
A review and discussion questions for a holiday classic.
An extended community provides models of friendship.
Gathering stuff put in the perspective of life in the Creator.
Is fear of militant Islam related to a fear of our own collective Christian past?
On having the courage to choose our own adventures.
An artist wonders out loud about the link between victims and perpetrators.
Marilynne Robinson frees John Calvin from historical captivity in The Death of Adam.
What the world teaches us about the labels we place on ourselves.
On negotiating a scarred family past to discover true identity.
Reflections on becoming a parent.
An unexpected crisis is transformed an unexpected encounter.
A review of James McMurtry's Too Long in the Wasteland.
Are we necessarily caught between conviction and relativism?
A look at the provocative book series, just in time for the newest release.
A review of Mirah TomYov Zeitlyn & Ginger Brooks Takahashi's Songs from the Black Mountain Music Project