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‘Please Don’t Let Them Die in Grief’Subscriber Access Only
Widowed by the genocide against Rwanda's Tutsis 25 years ago, Denise Uwimana made it her life’s mission to promote healing and reconciliation.
Can We Handle the Truth About Racism and the Church?
Before racial reconciliation can happen, says Jemar Tisby, American believers need to reckon honestly with the sins of the past.
Unwrapping the Gift of Reconciliation this Christmas
Like Christmas itself, we can become nostalgic about reconciliation rather than embrace the messy grace and humility that it requires.
Power in the PlateSubscriber Access Only
The history of our food speaks of injustice— and invites us to redemption.
The ‘Whole’ in Our GospelSubscriber Access Only
Has "holistic mission" won the missiological battle? Its champions say so, but their boast might be premature.
6 Principles Healthy Churches Use To Deal With Conflict Well
We have an obligation as leaders to have a plan in place to resolve conflicts in the healthiest way possible.
Lord, Deliver Us from Passive-Aggressive Conflicts
Every church has elephants in the narthex. Here are four ways to root them out.
In Shadow of Death, Palestinian Christians and Messianic Jews Relapse on Reconciling
The body of Christ is breaking in Israel amid Jerusalem embassy move and Gaza border violence.
The Calling | 54 min
John Perkins On The Day He Finally Understood The Bible
How a textual discovery led to a life-long call to vindicate the poor, his community, and his own family name.
John Perkins Has Hope for Racial Reconciliation. Do We?
The civil rights hero delivers his “final manifesto” on race and the church’s call to unity.
Colombia’s Next President Could Be an Evangelical Woman
Viviane Morales explains why truth and repentance will heal the scarred South American nation more than prison sentences for FARC rebels.
The Palms, the Temple, and the Nations
What made Jesus explode in the Temple on Monday is actually related to his Triumphal Entry on Palm Sunday.
Poured Out for the Church
Releasing the desire to be right, even when you’ve been wronged
The Calling | 41 min
We Found Fellowship on the Opposite Side of the Immigration Debate
A border patrol agent and an immigration reform activist discuss the spiritual roots of their unlikely friendship.
An Innocent Black Man Forgave the Crooked White Cop Who Framed HimSubscriber Access Only
And that’s good news—but not cause for ignoring larger patterns of injustice.
For Latasha Morrison, Unity Begins with Relationship
The “Be the Bridge” founder on why building cross-cultural friendships should be the Church’s starting line.
Black and White Christian Leaders Lament Charlottesville
Conference call tries to turn ‘pain and anger’ into ‘resolve and commitment.’
Fellow Christian, I’m Going To Assume The Best Of You – Even If You Don’t Give Me The Same Courtesy
If we look for the worst in people, we’ll get bucketloads of it. If we look for the best, we’ll get that.
When You've Been Wronged
Is forgiveness more important than justice?
How 1,000 Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation
Personal relationships and prayer preferred over preaching and protests.
Top Story March 21, 2019
The Three Horizons of Old Testament Prophecy
The Three Horizons of Old Testament Prophecy
The prophets launch their words into the future. Where do they land?
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