It is through song, and the deep sorrow of souls that we are all connected. In this article, Veronice Miles discusses her connection to an old Spiritual, and how hope is what bridges the gaps between us.
In the chaotic days following the murder of Freddie Gray in 2015, Reverend Heber Brown tells how the churches in Baltimore, MD, stepped up for their communities and established a network of food security for their African American neighbors facing food apartheid.
When people describe their place of worship as a “church home” and the people with whom they worship as their “church family,” they are making a profound theological claim about the Church as a unique kind of community.
The Distillery explores essential ingredients of book and research projects with experts in their field of study. Learn what motivates their work and why it matters for Christian theology and ministry.