Religious leaders demand (and get) help for working families.
Will witches, cults, and strange religions soon get taxpayers' dollars?
Breakfast in the White House can be dangerous to the prophetic vocation.
President-elect George W. Bush, as a victor who lost the popular vote and won the presidency with a 5-4 Supreme Court decision, will face a divided nation
Let the good times roll! President Bill Clinton was absolutely beaming as he reported the U.S. Census Bureau's annual poverty statistics.
Overtaking poverty will take all of our best values and insights.
The last city on my recent Faith Works book tour was Milwaukee.
The Covenant to Overcome Poverty is as simple as it is potentially life-changing.
The real story in Seattle was not the violence of demonstrators nor the misbehavior of police.
The Spice Girls won't be remembered. Martin Luther King will.
A clear moral test
The emergence of the term "faith-based organization" in political discussion (and its acronym FBO) may signal one of the most significant new developments in American public life.
Just over 18 months ago, my mother was dancing at my wedding. Only a month later, my mom discovered that she had cancer of the abdominal lining.
President Clinton said today that recent reports of police misconduct had shaken people’s faith in the police, and he proposed several measures that he said would help restore that trust.
United States policy toward Iraq needs a radical change.
In November, once again, Iraq responded to a military threat and signaled that it would
allow U.N. weapons inspectors to resume their work. This was heartening news.
Many of those present for Bill Clinton’s prayer breakfast repentance were moved. Unlike his August 17 address to the nation, this speech was contrite enough to convince.
This summer I taught two weeklong courses, one in western Canada and one in the
Religious persecution. Its becoming a hot topic, with a protest against it
gathering strong momentum around the world. Its about time.