Evangelicals Aren’t Dealing Well with Grief

Evangelicals Aren’t Dealing Well with Grief

The American evangelical church still does not know what to do with grief. This ignorance is a result of uninformed, immature theological reflection on grief that results in clumsy and harmful pastoral care practices among both clergy and laypeople. More often than...
Not-So-Great Expectations, but Hopefulness

Not-So-Great Expectations, but Hopefulness

Some journalists with The Atlantic were queried about their expectations for this unfolding and uncertain year. Specifically, they were asked to identify issues they will likely explore more fully in the months ahead. Staff writer Anne Applebaum is pondering the need...
Beth Moore’s Leaving Follows Path Many Have Taken

Beth Moore’s Leaving Follows Path Many Have Taken

Dear sisters who have learned and grown under the ministry of Beth Moore, The tremendous impact of Beth Moore’s preaching, teaching and writing on women’s lives is undeniable. She has called women to a deeper understanding of Scripture and has invited women across the...