Yesterday on The Huffington Post, former religious-right leader Frank Schaeffer made a si
This week has been eventful in Australia.
We were in Masisi, a small town in the endless rolling green mountains of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Despite the repeated attempts of former President George W.
"Only the dead have seen the end of war."
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.
Two days, in comparison to years of conflict, is not a lot of time, but it was long enough for a broad spectrum of Christian leaders to find hope in a growing consensus around a way forward for pea
I'll be honest. I get timid writing these kind of posts. I'm scared of being labeled an angry or bitter Asian. I'm scared of the emails that come in. I'm scared of being de-invited for speaking gigs
A few weeks ago, I read Brian McLaren's post on this blog that caused some intense soul-searching.