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Texas executed Ivan Cantu despite the wealth of evidence, including a witness who admitted to lying on the stand, that called the guilty verdict into question.

Women have always been at the forefront of faith-filled movements for justice.

Congress needs to hear from Christians demanding humanitarian aid for people who are starving.

 Our youngest church members may not absorb abstract theological concepts or complicated Bible stories, but they can still be shaped by a church environment.

New data suggests that queer Black Americans are sticking with the church more than other LGBTQ+ people.

“This is a historic moment,” Stella Belia, the head of same-sex parents group Rainbow Families, told Reuters. “This is a day of joy.”

Lately I've felt my body — and the Holy Spirit — were inviting me to better care for my own health and for the planet.

“What is the use (of a blessing) if my partner and I can’t hold hands and walk down the street?” one activist asked. 

Black History Month is about more than strengthening our democracy or fixing injustices.

As laws and technology evolve to support assisted reproduction, more aspiring parents are left navigating religious traditions and teachings while trying to build their family.