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Joanna Bogle
In a book-lined room in Oxford, England, Connie Oddie pours tea and serves homemade scones and jam. A small grandson giggles at cartoons on the...
Fr. Peter Geldard
When the Church of England’s General Synod voted to allow the ordination of women to the Anglican priesthood in 1992, it caused a seismic row...
Rita Reichardt
Sir Alec Guinness is considered one of the finest actors of the twentieth century, known for his ability to portray a wide range of characters...
Aghi Clovis
I grew up in Tehran in what usually is called Iran, although we call it Persia. Persia is an Islamic country, but when I was growing up,...
Tim Drake
As an Evangelical Lutheran, I thought I knew Jesus Christ because I was familiar with his word. One of Martin Luther’s rallying cries had been...
Fr. Michael Moore
In seventh grade study hall, a friend and I would make fun of a girl, an upperclassman, who sometimes brought and read her Bible. Taking the "...
Whitney Jacobs
The story of my conversion begins with my parents. It is their choices that marked the starting point of my journey. My mother hailed from...
Helen Hartley
Whenever I count my blessings, there are three which loom large over so many others. The first is life, and the mother who chose to give me...
Jeff Miller
There is a saying that if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans. The converse is also true. If God wants to make you laugh, he will...
Lisa Lavadores
"My name is not ‘Hey’!" is pretty much the first instance of religious education that I can recall. That admonishment came from a harried...