Can Racism Be Solved Through Friendship?
Amena Brown Owen
By Amena Brown Owen

Recently I have had the honor of sitting at a table with a diverse group of women for the sole purpose of talking about racism, culture, privilege, and reconciliation. These words within the last year have filled social media posts and fueled worldwide-trending hashtags. So a few of us gathered at a table to listen […]

Couples Who Stay Together Follow This One Rule
Al Andrews
By Al Andrews

Now and then, a young couple comes to me for pre-marital counseling. Over the years, I’ve tried to come up with a few things to talk about that might be meaningful and interesting. I do this somewhat reluctantly, knowing full well they’re so ga-ga about one another, there is only a slim chance they’ll remember […]

Why Uncertainty About Your Future Is Actually Okay
John Richmond
By John Richmond

I feel bad for graduates. It’s that time of year: caps, gowns, diplomas, and those troubling questions: “What’s next?” “Where are you headed?” “Do you have a plan?” The questions themselves are not bad and the people who ask them are generally well intentioned. Yet one of the great lies that haunts our culture is […]