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Topic: Race & Religion After Ferguson
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Three Ways Your Church Can Embrace the Lessons of Ferguson

As Ferguson leaves the national limelight, here are three ways you can make sure your community does not miss its most crucial lessons.

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Do White Christians Care Enough About Racial Justice to Make it an American Reality?

Successful movements for women’s ordination and gay ministers have swept through Protestant churches, but the movement toward racial reconciliation is mixed, at best.

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For People of Faith, Michael Brown’s Death Is a Cosmic Tragedy

An event like this should help us hear God’s invitation to us to break down human boundaries.

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The Crucified God in Ferguson

What I’ve learned from living in the most diverse neighborhood in all of America.

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While You Were Talking About Gungor, Driscoll, and Walsh

As white Christians debate who’s going to hell, the black community is already there, and nobody seems to give a damn.

Topic: Faith at the Border
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How to End the Polarization of Immigration

Three steps that will bring us closer to ushering in justice for undocumented immigrants.

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Loving Jesus at the Border

How evangelicals can follow the way of the cross into immigration reform.

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What You Don’t Know About Migrant Children May Kill Them

Our country has an obligation — moral and legal — to provide protection to these children, and to not deport them back to gangs and unspeakable violence.

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Most Americans Say U.S. Should Shelter Child Migrants

A recent survey found that most Americans support offering aid to child refugees and migrants, rather than deporting them immediately.

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One Year Later: Still Awaiting Immigration Reform

As Congress dithers to pass reform laws, opportunities for exploitation, abuse, and trafficking abound.

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