Hate, Heresy, and False Conclusions

Asking and answering the right questions can clear the path for Christians to better embrace neighbor and God.

Hate, Heresy, and False Conclusions

Outside the Gate

Samuel argues Christians must break down social and theological boundaries and follow Jesus beyond artificial constraints

Outside the Gate

Jesus, I Shrunk the Gospel

"The poor you will have with you always," Jesus said. What if this isn't a statement of fact but an indictment against all who allow it to be so?

Jesus, I Shrunk the Gospel

Reforming the Mass(es)

Beyond the 95 Theses, Martin Luther should be recognized for his pedagogical genius and liturgical creativity, both of which shaped the trajectory of history.

Reforming the Mass(es)

Contraceptives, Miscarriage, and Youth Ministry

Talking with young people about contraceptive choices and pregnancy loss is fraught with difficulty. Visco Rusert discloses her experience navigating these conversations during her time as a youth worker.

Contraceptives, Miscarriage, and Youth Ministry

Pathos Has Left the Building

The Reformation led some people down a path of suspicion toward art that persists to the present day. Was this Luther's intent?

Pathos Has Left the Building

Healing the Disabled

Jesus spent his time among marginalized communities, offering hope and healing. Langford asks: Who in these stories really needs healing?

Healing the Disabled

Jesus Is Still at the Table

Jesus demonstrated love and inclusivity unconventional to his disciples and society. Guidry encourages Christians to follow Jesus’s example to break down the societal norms.

Jesus Is Still at the Table

Here I Am to Worship

Is love enough for liberation? Guidry explores how authentic worship intersects with daily life and the empowerment of marginalized people.

Here I Am to Worship