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In the Bus Station, You Fed MeSubscriber Access Only
While Congolese asylum-seekers make a desperate journey north, a scrappy network of Christians answers the call to help.
From Foreigner to Family Member
By visiting local ICE detainees, a Denver church learned the power of faithfully showing up.
Does Socialism Have to Be ‘Godless’?
How an earlier generation of believers stretched the boundaries of faith-based political imagination.
Botham Jean’s Brother’s Offer of Forgiveness Went Viral. His Mother’s Calls for Justice Should Too.
Let’s not distort the gospel by elevating one family member’s words over the other.
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The Witness Is Building a Community for Christian Outsiders
Black Christians found a home in a Facebook group. Now that online community is coming together in Chicago.
Why Southern Baptists’ Social Justice Spat Is Actually About the Sufficiency of Scripture
The Founders documentary trailer uncovers a larger disagreement over how to approach secular theories around race and gender.
World Vision Helped Evangelicals Become Social Activists—Within Limits
A new history tracks the uneasy alliance between the organization and its core supporters.
The Bible’s Impact on Human Rights
The ideas of human dignity and respect for all didn’t develop in a vacuum.
Go Ahead. Hire That Housekeeper.
The Christian case for getting domestic help and doing it well.
The Unfortunate Pedigree of the Missional Church
Why we need to rethink the church.
Black and Evangelical: Why I Keep the Label
A conversation with an incredulous friend gave me a chance to tell my story.
Is Jesus the Surgeon or the Scalpel?
I was using Jesus as a means to an end in my ministry.
Martin Luther King Jr.: Exemplar of Hope
The Civil Rights leader’s life and legacy embodies the revolutionary ethic Jesus Christ.
Preoccupied with Love: Lifting High Evangelism Again
An interview with Dominique Dubois Gilliard.
Abolitionism at the Tipping PointSubscriber Access Only
Slavery has been around since before Moses, but International Justice Mission’s president thinks its demise is only decades away.
I Grew Up with Black Household Help
How I’m learning to name both the injustice and goodness of my childhood in the South.
Evangelism Is a Work of Social Justice
How critics can help us keep such social ministries vibrant.
John MacArthur's ‘Statement on Social Justice’ Is Aggravating Evangelicals
Christians are talking past each other once again. What's going on?
Planting Pastors in the New America: A Case for Civic Advocacy Training
In today’s urban ministry climate, people are not content to settle for “lip service” anymore.
Taylor University Still Shaken by Unsanctioned Conservative Newspaper
Controversy over the anonymous handout, “Excalibur,” has the campus pushing for public dialogue.
LGBT Rights-Religious Liberty Bill Proposed in Congress
LGBT Rights-Religious Liberty Bill Proposed in Congress
Fairness for All advocates hope legislation makes compromise seem possible.
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