Four ways young believers are staying close to home to fight systematic injustices.
How the popular whodunit podcast speaks to our need for certainty.
If all lives, black lives included, matter to Jesus, I want them to matter to me.
A lot of people are angry and want to do . . . something. I have a few suggestions.
How ignoring some basic facts exacerbates our country’s race problem.
Hashtags cut both ways, as they can easily be hijacked or lampooned by detractors.
15 Tweets on the Ferguson grand jury decision from nationwide Christian leaders.
Why a united church is the most powerful way to confront the zombie of Jim Crow.
What my pit bull taught me about privilege and prejudice.
“What’s very clear is that black lives are worthless in America”: a Q&A with Rev. Jim Wallis.
The government won’t do it. The media isn’t doing it. The church has to step up.
As Ferguson leaves the national limelight, here are three ways you can make sure your community does not miss its most crucial lessons.
Aeneas Williams played 14 seasons in the NFL before trading in an athletic career for a life of coaching souls.
Three unrelated tragedies brought to collective memory three persisting truths of the human experience.
Successful movements for women’s ordination and gay ministers have swept through Protestant churches, but the movement toward racial reconciliation is mixed, at best.
Hey pastors working on sermon prep for this Sunday, we got you covered.
An event like this should help us hear God’s invitation to us to break down human boundaries.