Cold Spring Hallelujah explores the experience of being human in a world that often seems broken. Woven together by threads of healing, coming to terms with limitation, and deep reflection on what truly matters, poet Heidi Barr ‘06 M.A. issues an invitation to notice the fractured radiance that has the potential to be uncovered in each human life—and to claim the story that finds a foundation in love,
It’s the time of year in the United States when families gather together to feast and give thanks. Though Thanksgiving is a secular holiday, the act of giving thanks is a central practice
How can something as outdated as the Old Testament serve churches who are striving for new ways of showing discipleship in the world? As the book of Ecclesiastes reminds us, “There is nothing new under the sun.” Cameron B. R. Howard, associate professor of Old Testament shares her insights on the Faith+Lead blog.
At some point, God will call us all to venture places we never would have expected. When we go to these places, there may be unfamiliar faces, but that does not mean God is not already present, working alongside us–for God’s power to save will never cease, even in a strange land. Contributing Author, Eric […]
Reformation Day is approaching. 502 years after Luther is said to have nailed 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg, Germany, ushering in dramatic changes in the church and world, we find ourselves in the midst of another profound shift.
We may not always look to the mountains per se, but we continue to lift our wonder-filled eyes to see God and the work being done in our lives and those who surround us. Psalms does just that by inviting us into the community of faith. What more could we want from a book of the Bible? Diane Jacobson, professor emerita of Old Testament, examines her favorite passage.