What led to the rise of the Black preacher and shaped King’s prophetic voice?

A line of people wearing hats and sweatshirts lean against a low fence next to the U.S.-Mexico border wall. Mountains are in the distance.

Biden's recent changes to the asylum process shows how U.S. immigration laws favor protecting white Europeans and wealthy people.

When I heard of new enforcement policies at the U.S.-Mexico border, I thought of how Jesus’ family had to flee to Egypt.

A person wearing a green puffy coat holds a lit candle and sign that says "demand democracy"

To counter the deadly extremism and Christian nationalism we saw Jan. 6, we must do more than condemn it.

An illustration with a red backdrop of two hands wrapped around a nuclear missile that's been broken in half.

Three ways people of faith can advocate for a nuclear-free world.

Faded silhouetted illustrations of people against a gray backdrop, who are walking with children and bags in hand.

While countermeasures will attempt to keep Title 42 in place, we have witnessed the power of advocates to effectively hold our government accountable.

An illustration of a father reading a book to his son. Other books are spread across a table in the background with a girl looking at an open book.

Parenting in times of political crisis.

Members of the U.S. House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol sit beneath an image showing former President Donald Trump speaking on the telephone in the Oval Office during the the committee's final meeting on Dec. 19, 202

The panel asked the Justice Department to charge Trump with obstruction of an official proceeding of Congress, conspiracy to defraud the United States, making false statements, and aiding or inciting and insurrection.

The new law provides federal recognition to same-sex marriages, a measure born out of concern that the Supreme Court could reverse its legal support of such relationships.

God’s Advent promise in Isaiah 40 is about meeting us wherever we are.