The American Church is in crisis, largely because of multiple crises, few of which are momentary. We’re in it for the long haul.
Of the 25 to 30 students, adults, married couples and whole families I see each week in my practice as a psychotherapist, almost nothing is more difficult to overcome than our collective commitment to the anxious pursuit of happiness at all costs.
In times such as these, what does the Church need to look like? Refuge, resistance and resilience.