Few biblical figures stand out for their bravery as Esther does. Faced with a looming order for the systematic extermination of her people, she risked her life and broke the silence.
I was glad to see Daoud Kuttab's recent post on Obama and Arab Christians.
It is undeniable that the Palestinian people - Muslim and Christians - have suffered in pursuit of a homeland. For more than 60 years they have endured the pain of dislocation.
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.
We were in Masisi, a small town in the endless rolling green mountains of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
We are at a global turning point.
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The clock is ticking for thousands of Liberian immigrants as the month of March draws to a close.
The sad news from Zimbabwe continues
I recently heard a voice from Darfur. She sat on a stage in front of me, not on the pages of the newspaper, and Darfur's resilient voice said, "The crisis has turned our lives upside down."