Tom's been writing about religion – broadly defined – for years in the Journal. Tom's experience as a retired minister and his curiosity about matters of faith will make for an always insightful exploration of these topics. Tom's encouraging open discussion, so join in.
RoseMary Gange knows how to run a successful business. She opened her store, Camille et Famille, in 1990, had a great run on Oak Park Avenue near Lake Street, then moved to 7418 Madison St. in Forest Park in 2010, and is presently celebrating the shop's 25th anniversary.
Housing Forward and Prevail have announced that the two agencies are merging in order to "strengthen the support system for individuals and families in our communities who are experiencing financial and housing crises."
The road from Rev. George Omwando's village in Kenya, where there was no electricity or running water when he was growing up, to becoming a U.S. citizen, June 18, was exciting and difficult for the 41-year-old American African.
Lutheran pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber admits that she does not look — or act — like a typical church leader. Heavily tattooed and with a tendency to swear like a truck driver, Bolz-Weber was once a standup comic with a big drinking problem. Read the whole NPR story below.
The other day Bernie Sanders gave a speech at Liberty University. Strange bedfellows. I'm posting his entire speech but what I want to share are his opening lines about communicating with people you disagree with.