The Bible calls us to create multiracial communities of faith.
The 2016 election is an oppourtunity for a new dialouge on eliminating extreme poverty, at home and abroad.
As servants of a Lord who was tortured to death, we must commit to healing the wounds we have inflicted.
There is no "symmetry" in the violence of the Middle East today.
Congressional leaders on both sides must be convinced to put people above party.
Our mission was, is, and always will be centered in Jesus Christ.
We cannot undermine or defeat a group that we do not understand.
I eagerly await to see where the "rainbow generation" will take South Africa.
"When I claim to be a Christian, it should be a radical statement."
Vincent Harding, photo by Ryan Rodrick Beiler
Vincent's warmth lifted the temperatures of those around him.
In everything he did, Glen sought to bring Christian ethics to public life.
Christ's upside-down kingdom offers a different and subversive message: Lose your life and you'll find it.
As a Christian, I grieve over the unspeakable violence wrongly done in the name of faith.
Changing the world requires the leadership of women.
We are all neighbors now, whether we like it or not.
We give thanks for how he turned righteous anger into the power of reconciliation.
From "12 Years a Slave"
When racism is tolerated, the reconciling work of Christ on the cross is contradicted.
To feel the pain of the world is to participate in the very heart of God.
The words of Jesus are either authoritative for us or they are not.
We should always be open to what God is speaking to a new generation of Christians.