Speaking Out

What the Ministerial Exception Will Mean for Religious Employers
For Christians who despaired over recent Supreme Court rulings, the Our Lady of Guadalupe decision has a lot to offer.
Families Keep Going, In Pandemic and Health
Our households are bearing the brunt of COVID-19 shutdowns. It’s time for new levels of creativity, flexibility, and support.
5 Pandemic Lessons from Eurasia’s Evangelical Churches
How congregations in the former Soviet Union are responding to the coronavirus challenge can help the global church think better about buildings, young professionals, and persecution.
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Bostock Is as Bad as You Think
We cannot stake religious liberty on a "wait and see" approach.
LGBT Rights Ruling Isn’t the Beginning of the End for Religious Liberty
Social conservatives liked Neil Gorsuch before they didn’t. Maybe they were right the first time.
Jesus and the Disinherited
Howard Thurman still speaks to the church.
Burl Cain Promises ‘Good Praying’ for Mississippi Prisons. It’s Not Enough.
For too long, evangelicals have compromised with the punitive politics of law and order.
A Soul Check for White Christians
In the words of MLK, "There comes a time when silence is betrayal."
White Pastors: Our Decision to Show Up Matters
It takes humility to be an ally. Even if we make mistakes, we need to do it.
A Nation on Fire Needs the Flames of the Spirit
As racism tears the country apart, the message of Pentecost can help the church find its voice.
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The Revolution Will Not Be Videoed
What Paul and Silas might have said about George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor and and and …
The Church Proved It Can Get Creative. Let’s Not Stop Adapting.
How rethinking worship can improve accessibility for people with disabilities.
When Not Helping Hurts
We’ve long preached sustainable development over handouts. The pandemic forces us to change our approach—for now.
The Pandemic as God’s Judgment
Does the biblical pattern of disaster and discipline with a call to repent apply to COVID-19?
Ahmaud Arbery and the Trauma of Being a Black Runner
I wish the world saw me as a Christian first, not as a threat.
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Churches Should Not Be the First to Reopen
The demographics of many US congregations make sanctuaries a risky place for gatherings to resume.
Chrétiens, Aplatissons la Courbe Mais Restons une «Religion pour les Malades»
Les médecins réfléchissent théologiquement à trois contributions chrétiennes uniques pour faire face au COVID-19.
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COVID-19 Is Not God’s Judgment
How we can know God isn’t acting now as he acted against Pharaoh.
Now Is the Time to Think About Nuclear Weapons
Pope Francis condemns deterrence and the New START Treaty is set to expire. Where should Protestants stand?
We May Be ‘Safer at Home.’ But Many At-Risk Kids Aren’t.
The rising demand for foster families presents an opportunity for the church.

Top Story July 10, 2020

The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
To bear the image of God is a declaration of dignity that challenges power.

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