Key Resource’s Chris Hamby recently interviewed Fr. Justin Cannon, the founder of Holy Hikes. Chris Hamby: Tell us how you first started Holy Hikes, and why. Justin Cannon: For much of
I am a twenty-first-century missionary. Much like my predecessors, I look to the scriptures for inspiration and comfort. I live far from home, preaching the gospel in word and deed.
I’m currently part-way through Brian Jay Jones’s biography of puppeteer and entertainment visionary Jim Henson. As a lifelong Muppet fan, I’ve really enjoyed filling in the bits of Kermit, Big
Our new Easter People episode is live, in which we potentially alienate scrupulous disciples everywhere and even the entire state of Louisiana. Still, we hope you enjoy our conversation about Lenten
It seems appropriate to be reviewing Love Life, the 2014 Lenten study of John’s Gospel from the Society of St. John the Evangelist, on a snow day at Virginia Theological
In liturgical traditions like the Episcopal Church, faith formation activities tied to seasons are becoming more and more important. Commitment to a year-long program seems daunting; a 4–6 week commitment
Planning a pilgrimage? Interested in labyrinths? Looking to build on a previous pilgrimage experience? This new book by Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook (SkyLight Paths, 2013) is an interesting and readable book, fresh