Jim Wallis on PBS's Religion and Ethics Newsweekly's coverage of The Poverty Forum:
It is the power of relationships that make new things possible. Relationships are the foundation of and the means for creating a culture shift.
Through the partisan fistfight of the general election, in the midst of political posturing during the transition, and moving forward in spite of a Congress split down party lines, a bipartisan gro
Philis Schlafly, a long time leader of the Religious Right and known for her opposition to the Equal Rights Amendm
Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, graced the front pages of many newspapers across the country last Friday.
In case you're not a loyal listener of PRI's This American Life (the Rodrick Beilers have passed many a long road trip with back-to-back-to-ba
The day after the inauguration, I will be joining with Muslim, Hindu, Jewish, and Christian leaders at the National Prayer Service for our new president.
Rich Cizik has been a pioneer in the "new evangelical" movement and a real hero, especially to the next generation of young believers.
Here in Canada if you're the party with the most seats in the House, you get to be in charge, and your leader gets to be the Prime Minister.