A unique faith-based training program in Memphis gives new teachers the skills and community they need to survive and thrive.
As military recruiters gain a foothold in Christian schools, grassroots activists are sounding the alarm.
Fracking for oil and gas has toxic consequences for surrounding communities. Even worse: It's fueling climate change.
Are new EPA rules and a U.N. Climate Summit enough to turn the tide on climate change?
Where is the resolve among us to make lasting change for all children?
We can work with others even while disagreeing on significant issues.
Calvary is a rare and beautiful film, one that tells the truth, or at least asks for it honestly.
Maybe young black men with transformed intellects isn't what the educational-industrial complex wants.
Accidental Theologians by Elizabeth A. Dreyer / Extending the Table by Mennonite Central Committee / Overrated by Eugene Cho / Burning Down the House by Nell Bernstein
Slow Church: Cultivating Community in the Patient Way of Jesus. IVP Books.
Following a musician's journey through the rough and the redeemed.
Peter and Kelly Shenk Koontz know the difficulties and joys of peacebuilding in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The article by Michelle Alexander (“How to Dismantle the ‘New Jim Crow,’” July 2014) is heart-touching and wise. We Americans are fighting drug use now just as we fought alcohol in prohibition days.
Thank you for the article about the work of Robert Lentz (“An Iconic Faith,” by Patricia Zapor, July 2014) with the wonderful photos by Lloyd Wolf.
Thanks so much for publishing David P. Gushee’s excellent “The Stubborn Persistence of Jew Hatred” (July 2014).
As a retired UCC pastor, I felt comfortable with Tom Allio’s well-done essay on Pope Francis (“No Longer the ‘Best Kept Secret,’” July 2014). All Protestants can be inspired by this teaching.
Memphis Teacher Residency believes that "urban education is the single greatest social justice and civil rights issue in America today."