A look at the notable things that happened this year and what Christians had a lot to say about it all.
The beauty of Thanksgiving is that it reminds us of what’s past in order to reveal to us what’s possible.
May we not cast a shadow of turning — then a wounded world will experience the love of Christ.
As a Mizzou professor and former student, I feel guilt related to things my cohorts should’ve fixed.
How I evolved from being ignorant of my white identity to using it to extend the kingdom of God.
Privilege is not what you think, but the opposite: it’s what you don’t have to think about.
We can’t focus so much on the racism out there, as if we remain innocent.
America’s top faith leaders share prayers, heartbreak, and humanity following the Charleston murders.
We desperately need public compassion in the wake of senseless tragedy.
The real reason death sucks? It ruins God’s original intent.
The battle between good and evil plays itself out among human beings here on earth.
The truth is restorative justice will require that our nation repay its outstanding debt to its black citizens.
The concerns white mothers and black mothers face are not the same.
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.
Why a united church is the most powerful way to confront the zombie of Jim Crow.
When Jimmy Rollins pushed for ethnic and culture changes at his church, many members left. Then the church blossomed like never before.