Issue: July 2017
The blockade of Gaza has created a humanitarian crisis, and hopelessness. But the outside world has the power to offer a lifeline.
The world hurts everywhere, including in our social media feeds.
Grief is a part of peacemaking.
Diplomatic options with North Korea are limited—but the alternatives are unthinkable.
A Mennonite church joins the santuary movement—again—in the face of Trump's actions against immigrants.
'Come From Away,' written by Irene Sankoff and David Hein; directed by Christopher Ashley.
She survived an attack with acid. Her revenge? Working against gender violence.
Churchill and Orwell: The Fight for Freedom, by Thomas E. Ricks. Penguin Press.
Nearly sixty years before Ferguson, a mother took a sacred stand against white terrorism.
Jessi Colter and Lenny Kaye make a Spirit-driven musical odd couple.
Mayfield’s article is a challenge to Christians making new church homes in urban areas.
The 'cohesive sentiment' of civil religion cannot create cooperation in a diverse nation.
Under Trump, the dangers to civil liberty and fair elections should not be underestimated.