The Black Lives Matter movement offers a challenge to the church--and an opportunity.
Why are biases so difficult to identify, name, and change? It all starts in our unconscious minds.
Can the church community truly become a safe space—for discussion, for reporting, for healing—for survivors of trauma?
"...I forgive life for dealing me this hand/ I forgive my inner boy for not becoming a man..."
Congo suffers from the paradox of mineral wealth and human poverty.
A frivolous lawsuit brought before the Supreme Court jeopardized health care for millions.
The Born Frees: Writing with the Girls of Gugulethu. W.W. Norton & Company.
B.B. King didn't come home to Mississippi just to "give back" philanthropically.
Reflections of the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle B
The “accommodation” discussed in “Reimagining the Bible Belt” is new to me and explains a lot about Texas.
I am moved by Julia Alvarez’s “‘Unless Somebody Steps in to Help ...’” (July 2015) on the treatment of Haitians in the Dominican Republic.
I interpreted Danielle Ayers and Lydia Bean’s “Reimagining the Bible Belt” (July 2015) as a reminder to myself and other progressives that we need to stop distancing ourselves from our Southern identity.
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle B