Feature articles

Learning to be

by Dan & Julie Weatherford · In the hustle and bustle of Southern California, one couple is growing intentional about rejecting busyness and excess in order to make space for God Read more »


The stove project

by Wayne Ridgeway · After losing his job, Wayne found it necessary to live more simply, which enabled him to cook up new ways to serve others. Read more »

The value of small

by E. Morris Sider · Experiencing the upsides of residing in close quarters Read more »


The end of AIDS?

by Kristine N. Frey · A Brethren in Christ doctor in Macha, Zambia, envisions a future free of HIV/AIDS, and he thinks he and his colleagues have a way to make it happen. That’s because they’ve done it before—with malaria. Read more »


Keeping the peace

by Harriet Sider Bicksler & Curtis Book · We say we’re committed to nonviolence, but do our actions and words agree? Read more »


Disarming witness

by Dulcimer Hope Brubaker · How one couple dares to share Christ on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Read more »

Boomers transform church (again)

by Michelle Brenneman · As North American demographics undergo a dramatic shift, the Church has a unique opportunity to re-imagine its relationship with aging. Read more »


Paperwork, patience & pride

by Devin C. Manzullo-Thomas · Gloria James walks the "long road to residency" with would-be U.S. immigrants, one application at a time. Read more »

But why?

by David M. Csinos · The vital role of asking questions when God speaks to us. Read more »

The divine narrative

by Rebecca Spurrier · Through worship, we enter into the story of God’s relationship with us and with our world—a story so deep and so wide that we need every voice to tell it fully Read more »