God Squad: Be not afraid despite living in a broken world
Q: My daughter and son-in-law are preparing for the arrival of their much-prayed-for baby in October. Due to COVID-19, shopping ...
The God Squad: Jesus' essence is primarily divine
"If the pronouns people use to talk about God in church are preventing you from talking to God in church, we need to talk," writes Rabbi Marc Gellman.
Money Fix: College gap year inquiries see a surge
Some parents don't want to pay a tuition bill without knowing what it's for and high school graduates don't want another semester of online learning.
Asking the Clergy: Help with fear, anxiety and sadness
If you’re feeling stressed out by the constant barrage of bad news, you’re not alone. This week’s clergy discuss how ...
God Squad: Life does not give us a scorecard
Q: What do you do when you are entering the last quarter of your life and you feel that you've ...
God Squad: Caregivers will be rewarded in heaven
Thanks, dear readers, for sharing with me your Psalms of comfort during this uncomfortable time. Keep them coming and I ...
The God Squad: Psalm 27 and the burning of America
Q: When you asked about favorite psalms, my first thought was how to narrow down such a wealth of worship ...
Asking the Clergy: Spiritual guidance for students affected by the pandemic
This week's clergy discuss how they serve a far-flung flock.
How to grow food in your garden from kitchen scraps
The experience reminded me of a method for growing food that requires neither plant nor seed — just kitchen scraps that usually end up in the trash or compost bin.
God Squad: More Psalms of comfort
J from Bellmore sent in her Psalm of Comfort: A couple of weeks ago you invited your readers to share ...