How should Christians respond in the midst of our polarizing political climate? By engaging in one of the most political acts available to us: Prayer.
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In our visual culture, the images of anger, murder, sin, and injustice are constantly placed before us, and the challenge for the church is: how will we respond?
This morning I saw how the NBA is handling the shooting of Jacob Blake by refusing to play and go on as if all is normal. I thought, “The NBA is better at lament than we are.”
This post is a poetic attempt to tackle the huge issue of systemic racism and my experience with it.
As white people, we need to stop trying to be the saviors. We need to be the John the Baptists. We have a role to play in the anti racism conversation, but it is a supporting role.
Do you know your family’s immigration story? With all this time at home in the COVID-19 crisis, find out what yours is, record it in an interview, and your story could be added to the "Immigration Is Our Story" series!
If passed, what would the effect of the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act be? How would we know? What should we know to responsibly lobby for or against it?
Responsible political advocacy must do more than offer only one side of a multi-sided issues, both as to facts and arguments. Being "one-sided" cannot and will not result in justice for all, but rather intractable division.
As the debate (fight) about immigration and refugee policy descends, it is important to step back, consider how complicated the political questions are, and decline partisan political activism.