“She said to me, ‘Pastor, I called because I want you to pray for me, [my husband] Doug, this country’ — and finally she said — ‘and the race I am intending to run for president,’” Brown told Sojourners on Monday.

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I don’t pretend to know anything in depth about President Biden’s spirituality. But his decision to step down is a reminder for all leaders to look “not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.”

The Los Angeles Sparks guard speaks on trans inclusion in sports and faith, as well as organizing, social justice, and how learning about Jesus as a “radical brown man ... ignited me and set my heart on fire.”

While some opportunistic evangelical groups flock to the Olympics, chaplains from five major faith traditions offer prayer, consolation, and a listening ear to Olympians.

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Profound political, social, and economic divisions characterize the United States at a pivotal juncture. The Church’s role becomes more crucial as the nation grapples with systemic inequities and historical injustices. 


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