by Elaine Heath takes a close look at Paul and his letter to the Galatians, who were going through a sea of cultural change. Heath invites us to broaden our view of God and to become a more diverse church.
by Andrew Dreitcer introduces us to the Compassion Practice, a compassion formation process that has been developed in the last decade. Each chapter includes a "Review and Practice" section that helps us apply what we learned.
by Frank Rogers helps us to incorporate compassion in our daily lives.
by Thomas Porter challenges us to transform conflict into a positive rather than a negative force, basing this spiritual pursuit on grounded biblical principles.
, a series of essays written by a diverse group of church leaders, reflects on how the Lord’s Table can be a place of healing and restoration for those who are hurting.
by Flora Slosson Wuellner looks at inner wounds and reminds us that healing was central to Jesus' ministry.