Love Makes No Sense is in many ways a panegyric to the oddity of Christian faith and practice.
Our times are unpredictable, a source of pessimism for many. Rebecca West offers us a word of hope.
A few Lent book suggestions from authors at Covenant.
At Covenant, we get a lot of questions about what we’re reading. Here's a long list for your late summer reading.
As a white vicar in a diverse Dallas congregation, I have had much to learn and try to understand in these difficult days.
What I want to suggest are a few aspects of episcopal ministry that I believe all of us might do well to consider. These are the kinds of priorities that we should hope for and expect in our bishops, which means that we need to provide them the means to undertake them. I present them in the form of seven theses.
I really wanted (more than you know) a new TV; I really want a usable dining room table; I really want a good, stable job. Did I want my children with the same calculus of consumer desire? I hope the answer is no.
There are only three types of sermons.