Alice Fry reflects on the July exchange between Rep. Ted Yoho and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in light of women in the Bible.
By Alice Fry
Zoom meetings, mask-wearing, racial tension, oh, and COVID-19 are enough to get a person down, but there’s some really good news.
By Tillanye Stewart
Being an Arab who is an Israeli citizen who is an evangelical Christian is complicated. And it makes for a poignant view of justice.
By R. E.
Trent Richardson speaks directly and plainly about depression and suicide, and he asks those thinking of leaving to please stay.
By Trent Richardson
Confession of racial injustice is what is “best for the American Christian’s soul” and will lead to healing, contends C.S. Humble.
By C.S. Humble
In the run up to Election Day, Jared Brandt encourages voters to think through a set of approaches to reducing the number of abortions.
By Jared Brandt
In light of the biblical call and Jesus’ own example, Dr. Tony Miranda challenges readers to embody kingdom justice for all people.
By Dr. Tony Miranda
Chadwick Boseman is more than a cultural hero. He offers the church an important lesson about what it means to be created in God’s image.
In the midst of intense divisions pervading American society, Zac Harrel urges Christians to remember their higher calling as agents of healing.
By Zac Harrel
Dr. Froswa’ Booker-Drew considers the place of anger in responding to injustice by looking at Jesus’ response and the biblical injunction to love others.
By Dr. Froswa' Booker-Drew
Gay Lewis encourages people with memory loss and those who care for them with the fact God does not forget them, even if they can’t remember.
By Gay N. Lewis
Alyssa Ross, a public school teacher, describes justice from the vantage point of adoption and public and special education.
By Alyssa Ross