Why Rebekah Lyons wants you to find your calling.
Books for your nightstand, your Kindle, or the side of the pool.
The bloggers join Her.meneutics regulars Laura Leonard, Rachel Marie Stone, and Sarah Pulliam Bailey.
How Crystal Paine made a ministry out of coupon clipping.
We're taking pleasure in books in the middle of texts and tweets.
The 2012 presidential hopeful calls people who ask whether mothers should work outside the home "Neanderthals," telling them to "evolve" on Fox News last week.
Who doesn't want to bury personal burdens through exotic travel on the company dime?
Join us August 12 for Her.meneutics' first book discussion.
Tina Fey and Steve Carell's new romantic comedy about marital commitment hits a dull note.
First-time novelist Kathryn Stockett's 'The Help' uses compelling narrative to illustrate the power of truth telling.
There's something psychologically important about writing a check and putting it in the plate.
The director had resigned after watching an ultrasound for an abortion.
Palin is writing her book with an evangelical author.
In her first post-affair interview, Mark Sanford's wife tells 'Vogue' about learning of her husband's infidelity—and offering forgiveness.
The Assemblies of God elected a woman to one of the highest leadership positions in the denomination, but women pastors remain few and far between.
The born-again President recently penned an op-ed condemning gender inequality in the name of religion.
Anticipating swift nomination hearings this coming Monday, pro-life groups portray Sotomayor as an activist judge.
The outgoing Alaska governor has faced 10 months of serious scrutiny.
Christian politicians Mark Sanford and John Ensign recently confessed to having affairs, but their wives were absent from the press conferences.
Letterman joked that Alex Rodriguez 'knocked up' one of her daughters.