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Author Mary Elizabeth Hill Hanchey

I wonder who awoke this morning to find a smudge of ash still haunting the hairline. My children have been known to want to keep the ashen cross on their foreheads overnight, but I protest; it will get all over everything. Remembrances of our dusty humanity, our being formed from the “adamah” (Hebrew for “ground” […] Read More

“How much room is there for women of conviction to cooperate with the new conservatives?” This question was born out of my reports on a meeting that I had attended with the leaders of some local SBC churches. I am unsure this is the right question. I question both the focus on women, and the […] Read More