After having spoken at the Greenbelt Festival in England a number of times now, we at the Center for Action and Contemplation always hoped and planned that we create a similar festival for spirituality and the arts in the United States. We had nothing comparable, and it was a niche waiting and needing to be filled. Therefore, we were honored to be a part of the first Wild Goose Festival in North Carolina last June, and hope that we can convene a truly ecumenical, radical, and socially engaged crowd of people living at the intersection of justice, spirituality, and creativity -- and those who want to be!
As the old saying goes, 'In God we trust -- all others pay cash.' As our economy shows promising signs of recovery, the cash is not translating into jobs.
It is time for those of us who have been advocating for comprehensive immigration reform to rethink our strategies.
As I read Sudarsan Raghavan's Washington Post article yesterday on Yemen
Yesterday, Elizabeth Warren and the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau convened their first roundtable of religious leaders at the White House. Why does this matter?
In a recent article on Christianity Today's website, Jason Hood raised issues
The tragic Arizona shootings have sparked debate over an important question: What's the connection between violent political rhetoric
They are rioting in Paris to prevent the government from resolving its debt crisis on the backs of the middle class.
This hymn can be a helpful one for churches seeking to support the relief efforts in Pakistan.