Ariel Miller

Filters

May 21, 2013

Filmmaker and Episcopal priest Noel Julnes-Dehner, left, and the Rev. Canon Joanna Leiserson of Christ Church Cathedral in Cincinnati teamed up to make a study guide for Julnes-Dehner’s film, “The Right Track.” Photo: Ariel Miller [...

February 1, 2011

Four Southern Ohio priests and two laypeople have written a curriculum to equip congregations to apply Scripture, prayer and home-grown case studies to their community ministries to fight poverty. Called "Where There Is Despair, Hope...

June 22, 2010

As petroleum poisons the Gulf and President Barack Obama challenges Americans to overcome their addiction to fossil fuels, an intentional Christian community has won a victory for people-powered transportation in inner-city Columbus. The...

June 14, 2010

Not long ago, Anthony Hakim Johnson was doing time for a felony. Now, he's giving back to his community as a chemical dependency counselor while studying for his bachelor's degree at Capitol University through a Presidential...

October 8, 2009

When Michael Schut was doing graduate studies in environmental science, he was the only identified Christian in the program. "Others saw the Christian view as bankrupt and homocentric, a cause of the problem," Schut, the...

August 26, 2007

Thirteen city dwellers huddled on the banks of a neon orange stream, which was full of toxins seeping out of the mouth of the Majestic Coal Mine a few yards away. Standing at their side, Geoff Buckley explained the challenge of buffering...

May 16, 2006

Born in the aftermath of the war that tore English and American Anglicans apart, the Diocese of Ohio was the first to be organized beyond the original 13 colonies. Within a century, a new diocese, Southern Ohio, would vividly express the...