It is time for the Episcopal Church to reflect on its complicity in anti-Semitism.
In our disputes, we might need to recall that holiness dwells precisely in ambiguity.
As Christians, we have to examine our language for norms and justice.
The "assisted dying" conversation already includes children, those whom the initial legislation sought to protect.
If we genuinely seek the welfare of our cities, the work will only rightly begin as we repent and seek God’s refashioning of our lives — and that of our neighbors.
The call to hospitality encompasses our welcome and raising of children, as well as teaching.
Clergy, lay leaders, sensitive readers: please consider a ministry of matchmaking.
On the Trans Mountain Pipeline, Christians advocate on both sides of the debate. As with so many political realities today, we are engulfed and enlisted by our society’s divisions.