- When Billy Graham Took His Ministry TransatlanticFor all that separated America and Europe in the 1950s, their experience of the crusade leader was remarkably similar.
- The Christian Roots of the Fair Trade MovementBeneath the buzzwords around sustainability, transparency, and ethical sourcing we find something far more important than consumerism: Christ-centered love for our neighbors.
- Pro-Lifers: Remember This Phrase from Pope FrancisWhatever our differences with Catholic social teaching, we should echo his opposition to “throwaway culture.”
- Why Putting Christ Back in Christmas Is Not EnoughThe history of American holiday cheer obscures the difficult details of the nativity narrative.
- What Christians in the US Can Learn from Immigrant PastorsFor those who met Christ elsewhere, Americanized Christianity can look a bit strange.
- Millennials Can Leave Evangelicalism. But Not Its Pop Culture.Does the cottage industry around Christian subculture nostalgia reveal the church’s failures—or its successes?
- Minimalism Isn’t the Key to ChristmasWe need more than anti-consumerism for a healthy Christian holiday.
- Is Filling That ‘God-Shaped Hole’ God’s Plan for Our Lives?Maybe we’re not supposed to be satisfied.
- Which Came First, Christmas or Consumerism?Judith Flanders teases out the surprising mix of religious and secular elements in many beloved holiday customs.
- What the Hygge Trend Tells Me About True ComfortI like warm socks, coffee, and a cozy fire. But real, sustainable self-care involves something unexpected.