How to rebuke death and love your neighbors, in a pandemic and beyond.
Dr. Nicole Baker Fulgham speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about what Christians can do to help improve public schools for kids in crisis, particularly amid COVID-19.
We will not commune to pray when it could infect untold numbers of our neighbors and fellow congregants. But we will continue to say the Lord’s Prayer.
COVID-19 is testing our understanding and commitment to our interdependence as the body of Christ.
We must stop. We must weep. We must mourn. We must honor. And we must lament.
Asserting rights is all about me, but wearing a mask is all about my care and concern for the feelings and well-being of others.
In this continuing crisis, the current lack of regulations on who can purchase a firearm is irresponsible, even fatal.
As a shooting survivor, I have spent years trying to convince people that it is worth making personal sacrifices for the sake of the collective good.
How the coronavirus pandemic could bring more democracy to U.S. theater.
How will our ongoing traumas affect the way our kids see the world, God, and faith?
The virus doesn’t care about our politics or our party loyalties.
A story in which God is either responsible — or missing — can help us account for suffering, but neither is a story that comforts.
'We need to be both able to partner with government for good. And we need to also be prophetic interrogators of government.'
Amid sacrifice, creative changes are being initiated as we find alternative ways to honor our grief.