Solidarity, Memory, and a Suffering God: Reflections on Wolterstorff’s “Lament for a Son”

I just read Lament for a Son by Nicholas Wolterstorff and I could not put it down. With many episodes of reflection, I read it cover to cover. In short, Continue Reading →

    Our Sorrow, God’s Weakness

    Then he just knelt in the ashes. He raised his face to the paling day. Are you there? he whispered. Will I see you at the last? Have you a Continue Reading →

      What is “Psychology of Religion” Anyway? An Interview with Tyler Greenway (Podcast)

      In our latest podcast, Restoring Pangea interviews Tyler Greeway, a PhD student at Fuller Theological Seminary about the field of Psychology of Religion and its implications for the Church. Tyler earned his Continue Reading →

        More Than Footnotes Part 4: Women Leaders in the American Colonies

        In this series of posts entitled, More than Footnotes, I will examine the role of women in different phases of Church history in order to offer a truer picture of Continue Reading →

          Ultimatums, Interpretations and an Old World Vision

          I had originally started working on this piece in the wake of World Visions decision to allow gay and lesbian persons to work at their U.S. branch. But WV has Continue Reading →

            Oscar Romero: One with the Church, One with the Poor

            Intro Today marks the 34th anniversary of Archbishop Oscar Romero’s martyrdom. Romero was the preeminent voice of peace and justice during his three-year archbishopric of El Salvador (1977-1980). But how Continue Reading →

              A Garden of Hope

              Restoring Pangea interviews Cassy Haller to talk about counseling, psychology, hope and a garden. Cassy has courageously opened up a practice of her own in Grand Rapids, MI named Honest Hope Continue Reading →