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  • Why We're Publishing "Faith after Ferguson"
    September 22, 2021

    Why We're Publishing "Faith after Ferguson"

    How much has changed in the last five years? We all know the last 18 months have been a crash course in forced change as we’ve locked down through the pandemic. It’s easy to list many changes we’ve experienced, and there are other changes we won’t know about for a long, long time.

    One story, though, changed many of us and mobilized courage we didn’t know we had.

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  • The Gospel According to Simone Biles
    July 28, 2021

    The Gospel According to Simone Biles

    At the Tokyo Olympic Games, the world witnessed Simone Biles, one of the greatest athletes of all time, defend not the gold medal but her own mental health. Simone is breaking the silence about mental illness and mental health, and she’s doing it while in the global spotlight. This deserves a gold medal.

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  • Way of Blessing, Way of Life
    July 14, 2021

    Way of Blessing, Way of Life

    Last November I had the pleasure of emailing Clark Williamson to let him know his Chalice Press book Way of Blessing, Way of Life: A Christian Theology had been optioned for a Korean translation. Such translations are relatively rare for Chalice,...

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  • Why We're Publishing "A Bridge in Babylon"
    June 14, 2021

    Why We're Publishing "A Bridge in Babylon"

    Military chaplains like Father Mulcahy are a walking paradox: a voice for compassion, kindness, and humanity while wearing the uniform of those who are, in the worst of times, directed to inflict damage, show as little mercy as possible, and ordered to forget their own humanity. For those of us who have never served in the military, the closest we can come to understanding a military chaplain’s life is to hear the stories of those who come closest to God walking among us.

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  • On Behalf of a Grateful Nation
    May 27, 2021

    On Behalf of a Grateful Nation

    “On behalf of a grateful nation…” 

    These words form the preamble that accompanies the handing of an American flag into the waiting, often trembling, arms of a grieving loved one. It was a powerful symbol. It sought to convey a shared sense of sacrifice on behalf of the military, the service member and the family. This relationship was inextricably forged within the covenant of duty to country. Both the flag folding and the utterance of these words were done with exact precision. Each practiced and perfected movement was a far cry from the often violent way in which war created the occasions for these memorials.

    Photo by Ludovic Gauthier on Unsplash

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