Why Female Theologians Take Flak in the Public Square
The potential rewards of celebrity culture are many, but so are the risks.
and tracts. For women who do theology via blogging in the public sphere, celebrity authority offers enticing rewards and extraordinary risks. There are
Your Calling Actually Isn’t About You
From our special issue: resisting the draw of self-serving discipleship.
Then I went to seminary. Then I worked as a college minister. Then I went back to seminary. Somewhere in there I began blogging. Over time, I realized writing was my ministry.
Introducing John Richards, The New BGCE Managing Director
I am very excited to welcome John Richards as our new Managing Director at the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism.
role. I am so glad to have him here. I also wanted to have you all get to know him a bit as he will be guest blogging for me here on The Exchange. So
Weekend Edition—June 24, 2016
Church members, Stats, Singing Scripture, Church Signs, and more!
yet. But, I get to serve authors by coaching them in an area in which I (usually) am more knowledgeable than them: social media and blogging. I love it.
Why I Need to Stop Blogging
The possibilities and limitations of logging life on the Internet.
FamilyApril 30, 2015. Why I Need to Stop BloggingThe possibilities and limitations of logging life on the Internet.Amy Julia Becker. Image: Marcie Casas
Weekend Edition: February 5, 2016
Engaging in politics, What loves is not, Single Christians, and more
Body. The Church's One Foundation—Rebecca Faires. The writers at She Reads Truth are blogging themes from the theology in older hymns. But the
Blogging Truth to Power
Why we listen to watchdogs and whistleblowers (from two of us who have been there)
Opinion | Pop Culture. Blogging Truth to Power. Why we listen to watchdogs and whistleblowers (from two of us who have been there). Marlena Graves.
Nine Favorite Posts from Thin Places
The best of faith, family, disability, and culture as I say goodbye to blogging.
Disability; Faith; Family; Race; SexualityMay 07, 2015. Nine Favorite Posts from Thin Places The best of faith, family, disability, and culture as I say goodbye to blogging.Amy Julia Becker
Changes Are A-Comin’, They’re Comin' 'Round the Blog
We're making a few changes around the blog in a couple of weeks, and we'd love any input you have.
Aug 31, 2015. Blogging. Changes Are A-Comin', They're Comin' 'Round the Blog. Thanks for reading. Without our readers, we're just blogging for ourselves, and that's no fun. In Christ,.
"Looking for Ways to Build Bridges"
A conversation with CT editor Katelyn Beaty about blogging, books, and what's next.
Disability; Faith; Family; Race; SexualityMay 08, 2015. "Looking for Ways to Build Bridges"A conversation with CT editor Katelyn Beaty about blogging, books, and what's next.
Morning Roundup 6/2/15
Pastors' Spouses; Time-lapse of NYC; Getting Attention in the Christian Blogosphere
One of the common concerns I've seen come up again and again about blogging (and Twitter… and Facebook…) is that it's inherently selfish. Well, while
The Christian's best option is love.
of faith, today's Christians and Muslims can improve our relationships with each other by harnessing the power of new media to promote peace (Twitter, blogging, YouTube, books
Why Bloggers Are Calling It Quits
The Internet can be a rough place for writers.
Back in the early days of blogging stood two very different writers: Andrew Sullivan, a journalist who helped to shape the genre as a vehicle for social commentary and analysis, and
Dogs and Honor-Shame Culture: Unity Amidst Brokenness
Amidst honor and shame culture, we must pursue restoration and unity above all else.
the bad dog. I know because I've played the watchdog before. Blogging in the niche space of Asian American Christian is a bit esoteric. I don't operate
The Great Female Commission
Mentorship expert Natasha Sistrunk Robinson on how to draw all women into the work of discipleship.
real relationship. I don't want to discourage people who feel called to blogging—I do some of it myself—and I don't want to downplay their gifts. We must
Dispatches from Baylor: Let Women Lead
We see female professors excel when the people around them support their callings.
(Indeed, to bring things full circle, this article is a direct result of my blogging at The Anxious Bench, a religious history blog on Patheos, which a male colleague invited me to join in 2015