The body and faith: An interview with author Ragan Sutterfield
The body and faith: An interview with author Ragan Sutterfield

Key Resources’ Chris Hamby recently interviewed Ragan Sutterfiled, VTS middler and author of This is My Body: From Obesity to Ironman, My Journey into the True Meaning of Flesh, Spirit, and Deeper Faith. 

The Reflective Practitioner: The significance of order
The Reflective Practitioner: The significance of order

#171784422 / gettyimages.com Growing up in the Presbyterian Church in Canada, I learned that worship—and just about every other aspect of religious life—was realized through the words of the Apostle

Young adult mission journal 1: De-churching the gospel
Young adult mission journal 1: De-churching the gospel

  Part II can be found here.  When I was in seminary, a professor once told me that every priest should be able to offer a concise account of the Christian

Church outdoors: An interview with Holy Hikes
Church outdoors: An interview with Holy Hikes

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

Resources from Women of the ELCA
Resources from Women of the ELCA

A rich trove of resources for women is available through the Women of the ECLA website. “Lutheran women,” it notes, “have a long history of Bible study, discipleship, and desire to deepen their spiritual

A missionary abroad attends to his own faith formation
A missionary abroad attends to his own faith formation

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.

Podcast review: The Collect Call
Podcast review: The Collect Call

Title: The Collect Call (from the Acts 8 Moment) Tagline: “Proclaiming resurrection in the Episcopal Church” Creators:  Brendan O’Sullivan-Hale and Holli Powell Genres: Conversation, prayer Frequency: Weekly Availability: iTunes, RSS, Streaming *** What are they up to? Chatting about

Seminary formation begins in chapel
Seminary formation begins in chapel

In a typical week at the College of the Transfiguration (COTT), an Anglican seminary in South Africa, the community spends between fourteen and sixteen hours per week in chapel. Every

Learning from faith formation failure
Learning from faith formation failure

When I think of faith formation, I used to think only of programming: Sunday school, Bible study, forums, discussion groups, books, curriculum, and outlines. I tend to get so caught

Resources for creative practice as spiritual formation
Resources for creative practice as spiritual formation

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