As an urbanite fortunate to live within walking distance of work and trendy restaurants, I rarely drive these days.
Recently, while traveling through Michigan, I attended Mars Hill for church one Sunday.
It has now been a couple of weeks since President Obama convened what was infamously dubbed the "Beer Summit." You know the story by n
I have been home in South Africa for two months as of August 6. I am grateful that my family and I are home in the land of our beginnings.
Throughout history, individuals and institutions have cited the Bible to support injustices, such as "holy war" against infidels, the subjection of women, racism and slavery, and the abuse of homos
I've been following the news story of New Zealand Olympic hopeful Logan Campbell. If you haven't heard, he's the taekwondo athlete who said he was forced to open a brothel to cover his training expenses for the 2012 London Olympics.
Is it possible that we as Christians just aren't angry enough about injustices like human trafficking and slavery? Perhaps we've grown too desensitized, domesticated, and docile.
In this hour, amongst everything else that is on my mind, I am mindful of the 19th of May, 2009, marking the birthday of a mystic activist and voice of justice.