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What Politics Can (and Can’t) Do to Prevent Another HolocaustSubscriber Access Only
Good governments can slow the spread of genocide, but they can’t stop people from becoming genocidal.
Our Prison Ministries Are Too Small
With 600,000 people returning home annually, how can the United States’ 300,000 churches do more?
Does Your Church Talk About Prison?Subscriber Access Only
The disparities in America's criminal justice system find an echo in which churches do, and don't, discuss the issue.
Adding Criminal Justice Reform to Prison MinistrySubscriber Access Only
Churches and ministries are becoming increasingly involved in prison reform.
How Churches Change the Equation for Life After PrisonSubscriber Access Only
One of the hardest days of incarceration may be the day it ends. The church can be there to make a difference.
Grieving Together: How Orlando's Hispanic Evangelicals Are Reaching OutSubscriber Access Only
A local pastor shares on-the-ground efforts to pray for, comfort, and serve their LGBT neighbors.
The Stanford Rape Victim Said the Words I Couldn’t
Why we all should pay attention to her bold account.
What It Means to Burn Down a Black Church
Exploring the relentless tradition of arson in the US.
How One Rogersville Church Aided in Carlie Trent's Rescue
Pastor: “The longer things went unsolved, the bigger the burden.”
Shane Claiborne’s Passionate Plea Against the Death PenaltySubscriber Access Only
The author and activist puts a human face on the capital punishment debate.
I Forgave My Teen Daughter’s KillerSubscriber Access Only
The gospel taught me that forgiveness is not a pardon.
All the Justice Money Can BuySubscriber Access Only
From the ‘affluenza’ teen to Steven Avery, there’s a reason we care so much about a fair trial.
Too Poor to Get Out of JailSubscriber Access Only
How unjust police detention exploits the most vulnerable.
Are We Putting Too Much Faith in Video?Subscriber Access Only
What you see isn't all you get.
Why True Crime Is Making a ComebackSubscriber Access Only
We have all been Jinxed and Serialed.
Racial Reconciliation, Here and NowSubscriber Access Only
We're one in Christ—let's live like it.
'19 Kids and Canceled': TLC Cans Duggar Reality TV Show Subscriber Access Only
"We have committed to Him that in all things—difficulties or success, good times or bad."
Locked Up But Not ForgottenSubscriber Access Only
The first step in caring for the prisoner: Remember.
Josh Duggar of '19 Kids and Counting' Apologizes, Resigns after Reports of Molesting 5 Young GirlsSubscriber Access Only
Police investigated sexual assaults in 2006, but no charges were brought against Duggar. TLC pulls program from its lineup.
Forgiving Her Sister's Murderer, Face to FaceSubscriber Access Only
Attorney Jeanne Bishop has helped thousands of clients make amends for their crimes. Now she’s helping the man who killed her sister make amends for his.
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Screens Are Changing the Way We Read Scripture
Screens Are Changing the Way We Read Scripture
As digital reading habits rewire our brains, how will we process the Bible differently?
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