Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove directs the School for Conversion in Durham, N.C. He is a member of the National Steering Committee of The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival and author of Reconstructing the Gospel: Finding Freedom From Slaveholder Religion.
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Listening to Poor People 'Offstage'
Audio Interview with Jean Vanier and Stanley Hauerwas
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove interviews L'Arche founder Jean Vanier and theologian Stanley Hauerwas about the ways Jesus calls us to engage this violent and broken world.
The Politics of Gentleness
An interview with L'Arche founder Jean Vanier and theologian Stanley Hauerwas.
The Pattern of this World
A Ugandan Catholic priest, the child of Rwandan parents -- one Hutu and the other Tutsi -- explains how missionary Christianity helped create the divisions that led to genocide.
Listening to the Black Church Tradition on Voting and Hope
Letting Reconciliation's Challenge Change Us
Jason and Vonetta Storbakken have extended a gracious and hopeful invitation to public dialogue about reconciliation's challenge for New Monasticism. I'd like to say in public what I've already said to them privately: Thank [...]
Response to Zack Exley: Avoiding 'Resident Alienation' in Pursuit of New Humanity
Why We Can't Wait & Why We Must: The Radical Timing of God's Movement
From Prophetic Anger to Apocalyptic Hope
The recent controversy over Rev. Jeremiah Wright has initiated a new conversation about race in America. It has done so by making clear to white America what almost every black American knows-that 40 years after the civil rights movement, there are still two Americas. More pointedly for Christians, it is manifestly evident that we have two churches. After the integration of schools, the military, and the workplace, the church remains the single most segregated institution in America. [...]