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Food trends overlook the economic pressures of their origins. When I was a teenager, my aunt gave me a sage piece of advice. It came in the middle of canning season, when we were eyeballs-high in corn, tomatoes, and green beans. In our rural community, the months of August, September, and October [...]
Fri, Oct 24, 2014
Women
Even faced with deadly disease, we can choose to live like God’s in control. After 21 days in isolation, Louise Troh, her son, and two nephews emerged giving thanks to God. “We are so happy this is coming to an end,” Troh said. “We have lost so much, but we have [...]
Thu, Oct 23, 2014
Women
Q cofounder explains the purpose behind gathering as women. Q began seven years ago as a way to gather Christian leaders and influencers to mobilize around the common good in our cities. My husband Gabe and I cofounded the organization, and over the years, we have had significant numbers of women [...]
Wed, Oct 22, 2014
Women
Why this prayer-loving, evangelical mom won’t be joining the movement. It was a mistake to read about Janine Turner's push to bring prayer “back” to school so early in the morning. During those first few quiet moments—just before I rouse my middle-schooler for early morning band, then my daughter for her [...]
Mon, Oct 20, 2014
Women
Pastors' wives don’t need reverence. They need friendship. In a recent interview in Rolling Stone, Taylor Swift recounts a conversation with her brother about a man he'd seen walking around with a cat on his head. She was torn between wanting to respect the man's privacy and wishing she had [...]
Mon, Oct 20, 2014
Women
When we love someone or something, we assume they’re ours to worry about. Author Amy Simpson, a regular Her.meneutics writer, has previously shared with us about various aspects of mental health, including the church's response to mental illness, the language we use to talk about mental disorders, and the rise in [...]
Fri, Oct 17, 2014
Women
How “exceptional” African Americans still bolster our stereotypes. In high school, I took a class called “The Black Experience in White America,” studying stacks of books on critical race theory, reels of historical documentaries, and pages of prose written by African Americans. The course asked: What does it mean to [...]
Wed, Oct 15, 2014
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How our instinct to praise each others’ looks might fuel an image-obsessed culture. A few weeks ago I saw on Instagram a picture of my friend with a celebrity. It wasn't a backstage concert photo, or a selfie from a chance run-in at Starbucks. Instead, she was working with this nationally [...]
Tue, Oct 14, 2014
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Why we pass on pain to the next generation. The recent round of protests in Colorado over a proposed change to the Advanced Placement American History curriculum has illustrated for me the challenge in our culture about what it means to remember well. The College Board, the organization that administers Advanced Placement [...]
Mon, Oct 13, 2014
Women
Grown-up readers find a necessary reminder of our brokenness and vulnerability. For decades, adults have enjoyed books intended for teenagers and adolescents. But during this year's leisurely summer reading season, the adult inclination toward young adult (YA) lit became a hotly debated topic. Ruth Graham sparked a fury with her article [...]
Fri, Oct 10, 2014
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