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Call the Midwife: Always Sorrowful, Always Rejoicing
What the nuns and midwives of the 1950s taught me about living among the poor.
Judging Who Is Worthy—and Who Is Not
Exploring grace and merit in reality TV’s "The Briefcase."
Learning to Love My Haters
How even the harshest criticism makes us better writers.
Let Them Bake Cakes
The Great British Baking Show teaches me about offering and receiving friendship in a fractured world.
Love Your Neighbor as Yourself—And Bring Your Kids Along
Raising children to love like Jesus did.
‘Kim’s Convenience’ Isn’t Just Another Family Sitcom
The Netflix show offers a fresh way of looking at both Christians and immigrants.
Robbers, Lawyers, and Neighbors
The Trayvon Martin case highlights our broken desire to justify ourselves.
Why I Quit Watching ‘Downton Abbey’
This isn’t just a pretty period drama. It’s a show about terror.
The Ministry of the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet
Grace, like brownies, seems never-ending here.
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Planting an Immigrant Church in America's Whitest City
Meet the retiree-turned-pastor who's creating a home for Portland's Arabic Christians.
How Government Support Saved Me
Signing up for food stamps changed my view of poverty in America.
‘The Big Sick’ Is a Rom-Com about a Broader Kind of Love
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s fresh take on the genre is a love poem, a laugh fest—and a refreshing ode to the beauty of family.
After MLK Day, the Dream Is Not a Reality
While we celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr., the church in the U.S. remains horribly divided.
One Step Away from the Dumpster
Matthew Desmond takes an inside look at the inner-city nightmare of eviction.
Raising Ramona in 21st-Century Portland
What Beverly Cleary taught me about childhood worries.
The Ministry of Coffee, in Three Parts
Caffeine is for sharing.
The Ministry of Growing a Forgotten Flower
'That is why it was grown—to be small and extravagant.'
Mr. Rogers Had a Dangerous Side
Underneath the gentle smile and neighborly manner, he was driven by anger at the way the world treated children.
Why I Gave Up Alcohol
In a rush to shed our separatist past, have young evangelicals forgotten to love their neighbors?

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Died: Luci Swindoll, Who Believed in God’s Grace and Being Herself
Died: Luci Swindoll, Who Believed in God’s Grace and Being Herself
Woman of Faith speaker celebrated life of singleness.

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