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Hope Flows from the Inside Out

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.

Hope Flows from the Inside Out

Thomas: Apostle for a Secular Age

Would you be skeptical if someone told you about someone rising from the dead? Ross Wagner discusses Thomas’s story, and how his faith is the most relatable for us all.

Thomas: Apostle for a Secular Age

Finding Affinity: Bridging Divides in Youth Ministry

Music can be a powerful guide for theological formation and a bridge across intergenerational gaps in the Church.

Finding Affinity: Bridging Divides in Youth Ministry

Revenge of the Alt-Nerds

I have always identified with the nerds, the dorks, and the geeks. I grew up on Final Fantasy, Star Wars, and fanfics. I loved school, books, and politics. I was awkward in school, especially around girls.

Revenge of the Alt-Nerds

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