AN AMISH LOVE STORY
… AND SWEET ROLLS
- SALOMA FURLONG: You’ve seen her on PBS, now discover her real-life love story (plus her delicious Amish recipes).
- FEED THE SPIRIT: Saloma Furlong’s Amish White Bread and Sticky Buns.
… ‘MORAL CRISIS’?
- OUR VALUES: Why do we think there’s a moral crisis? (Good news—it’s not as bad as you think!)
- Part 1: How the negative bias works.
- Part 2: Temptation to be “Mad as Hell!”
- Part 3: Bad weather or climate change?
- Part 4: Are political activists “normal”?
- Part 5: A little cross-cultural perspective, please?
- NEWS IS SPREADING We’re proud that United America and A Letter to My Congregation are fueling a national conversation about our moral Common Ground.
- READ THE LATEST headlines from writers nationwide on these two important new books.
- FROM C.S. LEWIS What we can learn from Lewis’ own marriage about inclusion of our LGBT friends—it’s a new column by Ken Wilson on the FaithStreet website.
LIVE FROM LONDON
- RODNEY CURTIS takes us on a tour of London’s distinctive front doors.
- ENJOY DICKENS as our Group Read of Dickens’ masterpiece Bleak House finally is taking off!
- AND FROM PARIS? Did you know Jackie Gleason made a delightful comedy in Paris? Check out Gigot in Visual Parables.
HOLIDAYS & MUCH MORE
- NEW FOR SPRING! We’ve completely updated our popular index to Holidays, Festivals and Milestones.
- APRIL THEMES You’ll hear a lot about Autism, Jazz, Poetry and Arab-Americans.
- HINDU ‘NEW YEAR’ Ugadi is “beginning of an age.”
- QING MING Millions of Chinese are on the move.
- RAMA NAVAMI Celebrating India’s Lord Rama.
- LENTEN READING Six books we recommend for Lent.
- WORLD PEACE A trio of inspiring profiles from the “hot spot” of Russia and eastern Europe.
- A PEACE-MAKING DOG Suzy Farbman tells the inspiring story behind an adopted Lhasa Apso.
- AND UP IN THE AIR Debra Darvick’s His Lens / My Pen focuses on a fleeting vision that can inspire us.
- WE ARE CAREGIVERS What happens when a well-organized home’s “roles” are reversed?
- JANE WELLS Christian “Roaring Lambs” look for themes in fiction.