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Theological integrity more than political partisanship must govern churches' response. 

Start by saying yes: to God’s love, to engaged citizenship, to service to what is right, and courageous resistance to what is wrong. 

We long for the turning of things upside down.

Amid this daily chaos, fear, and pain, one thing is clear: The role of faith leaders across society is more important than ever.

We will read our Bibles and pray for the poor until our lawmakers either change their minds and votes, or arrest and take us to jail.

What does the coming of Christ mean for us today?

In a year especially characterized by things that have made me deeply disappointed, concerned, worried, fearful, and angry, let me name my top 10 sources of gratitude.

Introducing the new Audible new spoken-word series, 'Jim Wallis: In Conversation.' Here's who I've been talking to.

It’s time to boycott the NRA on moral and religious grounds.

Our faith as Christians compels us to struggle for a more humane, more compassionate, and more sensible immigration system. 

The Lord detests lying lips, but he delights in people who are trustworthy. —Proverbs 12:22

The onus shouldn’t be on women to continue to prove this type of abuse exists.

Just as we believe in racial justice and environmental justice, so too we believe in health-care justice.

Trump has become the moral definition of the movement. 

President Trump reportedly told national security officials in July that he wanted to increase the U.S. nuclear arsenal tenfold — this week, he has threatened NBC News for reporting the story. 

First and foremost, take a knee to protest police violence against people of color, and the systemic racism from which it springs.

This is an astonishingly cynical and morally irresponsible way to legislate.

We need to learn from the evil of U.S. slavery and the lie of racial superiority that is still with us.

If we say we believe that love can overcome hate, we need to show that we believe it by what we are willing to say and do.