As things begin to heat up on the immigration debate in Congress, the role of the church will be significant.
The time has come for comprehensive immigration reform. After several failed attempts in past years, the president has promised it and the White House is showing a clear commitment to it.
Since the signing of the agreement that led to a government of "national unity," there was an expectation that this could be the start of a new era in Zimbabwe.
Today's most pressing task for humanity, I believe, is to halt the current environmental crisis.
Jeremiah lived in Jerusalem at the time when the Babylonians were laying siege to the city.
"The Bible knows nothing about peace without justice," said that great prophet of joyful restorative justice, Desmond Tutu, when he received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984.
I rarely agree with Mark Driscoll. Yet he points to something when he said:
Last night, the Mobilization to End Poverty began with the over 1,100 faith leaders and activists gathered together from across the country.
"Progressive" has become the adjective of choice to describe faith communities with commitments to justice, serving the poor, and environmentalism.
Where are the prophetic voices on the topic of taxation this April 15?