This Perspective on Hope encourages those at the feast to give thanks for God’s earth.
The psalmist provides a way to disengage from frenzy in order to restore balance and centeredness.
When a boy, Jerry DeVine learned to not take water for granted. As a man, he advocates for water justice.
While we might not go ‘to the ends of the earth” in body, we can go there in spirit through The Advance.
This month’s Perspectives on Hope remind us that life has some surprises along the way.
This “Perspective on Hope” offers insight into the process of “letting go.”
This month’s Perspectives on Hope explores ways to build bridges in times of distrust and division.
This month’s Perspective on Hope invites readers to re-examine the romanticized history of Thanksgiving.
The media sees “protestors” in North Dakota. The indigenous leaders see themselves as “protectors.”
In August’s Perspective on Hope, Jerry DeVine talks about being caught off guard by Jesus.