- What Evangelicals Owe HaitiTo understand the island nation’s crisis and what the church must do now, start with what we didn’t do.español
- Black Church to National Park Service: Give Us Stones of RemembranceBlack denominational leaders have formally asked for a national monument to the 1908 Springfield race riot, and a new national survey reveals more public lands Black clergy want memorialized.
- We’ve Sung ‘Amazing Grace’ for 250 Years. We’ve Only Just Begun.Why John Newton’s famous hymn is still so powerful after so long.
- The Unsung Heroes of the Underground RailroadA new study gives Black evangelicals their due.
- Died: Carey Latimore IV, Historian who Held Up Black Christians’ Unshakable FaithHe saw African American history as a “window into the essence of the gospel.”
- The Gospel and All That JazzA theologian (and amateur musician) explores the connection between them.
- Why White Evangelicals Should Claim John BrownWe’ve forgotten what Charles Spurgeon knew: He was radical because of the Bible and his soul is marching on.
- For Christians, Juneteenth Is a Time of JubileeObserving Juneteenth as a national holiday affirms what we believe about our faith and our freedoms.
- Where Ya From?Episode 28Juneteenth with Historian Carey LatimoreExploring the legacy of Juneteenth and the hope it still inspires today.
- Should We Judge Thomas Jefferson by His Ideals or His Actions?A new biography maps out the moral tensions that tormented his mind and tainted his legacy.