Here to share an amazing link that just could not wait for the next Reading Stack installment: You must check out Plough.
From the website: Plough is an award-winning international magazine of faith, culture, and society that appears weekly online and quarterly in print. We also publish a line of books, including literary nonfiction and fiction, children’s books, Christian books, and graphic novels. Founded in 1920, Plough asks the big questions: How can we live well together, and what gives life purpose? Join us in breaking fresh ground for a renewed world.
Plough is the publishing house of the Bruderhof, an international movement of Christian communities whose members are called to follow Jesus together in the spirit of the Sermon on the Mount and of the first church in Jerusalem, sharing all our talents, income, and possessions (Acts 2 and 4). Bruderhof communities, which include both families and single people from a wide range of backgrounds, are located in the United States, England, Germany, Australia, and Paraguay. Visitors are welcome.
Please visit the site and read a few of their online articles. Content is organized in a few different ways depending on interests (faith, life, justice, community, culture) or medium (magazine, books, events). You can even sign up for free daily prayers sent straight to your inbox. Enjoy exploring the rich resources offered!