Senior Editor Beau Underwood reviews the new book 'Praying with Our Feet: Pursuing Justice and Healing on the Streets' by Lindsay Krinks, a street chaplain and social justice activist in Nashville, Tennessee.
A Southern Baptist chaplain says the horrors experienced by first responders on a daily basis have deep impacts on the heart, soul, & mind – a situation made even more difficult by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charles L. Burton Jr. doesn’t want to be alone when he dies. He filed suit last year after the state of Alabama denied a Muslim inmate from having an imam serve as a spiritual adviser at his execution, citing state policy that only allowed Christian
Pastors, including Baptists, who serve as police chaplains in the Twin Cities in Minnesota believe their calling involves ministering to their churches and the local police. These dual roles are highlighted as protests continue after the police killing of George Floyd.
The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump doesn’t lack for strong speakers. But only one voice at the trial speaks to senators-turned-jurors about the values behind their actions — and keeps his focus on God.
The Supreme Court issued a late-night reprieve to a Texas man scheduled to be executed this evening (Mar. 29). It appears that the issue was essentially the same as an earlier case in Alabama: whether the state can allow inmates of certain faiths to have
A hospital chaplain recounts that people who are very ill, and those who are approaching their death, share their spiritual experiences. They are very real, often vivid and intense, delight or darkness, and anyone can have them.