Columnist Heather Feeler writes that instead of unrealistic annual goals, she is working on being more intentional in the months to come. She explains some of the ways she is working on finding warmth and light this winter season.
Kindness — a virtue embraced by both the religious and the nonreligious — requires intentional behavior and can have beneficial results for both the giver and recipient of a benevolent act,
The research findings that loneliness in a person’s life may increase her or his risk of death are hardly surprising. An analysis of 70 studies confirms that conclusion. It appears in the March issue of Perspectives in Psychological Science. But one of
Are explicitly Christian films essentially propaganda pieces, not artistic expressions? Or are Christian themes expressed most profoundly in more subtle ways -- perhaps by directors who aren't Christian?
Advisers tapped to help guide the White House’s revamped faith-based office say their role still is evolving as the initiative expands its portfolio and tries to find its footing in the young Obama administration.
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer “Beauty is one ugly subject,” suggests the back of Erin Davis’ new book graffiti. Like many young women, Davis spent years battling a negative body image. “I didn’t understand why I didn’t look like the examples of
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor If you are a Baptist in Missouri, you have multiple options for fellowship, training and various kinds of relationships. One organization that offers such options held its annual meeting a couple of weeks ago, and by all indications, it is