Starting this beautiful and diverse church has shown me how to love the world in all its brokenness and pain.
Too often I find myself asking God to work within the self-contained web of my own spinning.
FIBA’s decision to engage in “further analysis” of turbans and hijabs is inherently a values choice.
A call to embrace spiritual poverty for Christians celebrating the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross this weekend.
A prayerbook reflection on what the true king of the world means for our views of powerful men and adoring women.
There’s a crispness in the air, a fresh wind blowing, a Presence that would have us know that there is newness coming.
As Ferguson leaves the national limelight, here are three ways you can make sure your community does not miss its most crucial lessons.
Successful movements for women’s ordination and gay ministers have swept through Protestant churches, but the movement toward racial reconciliation is mixed, at best.
An event like this should help us hear God’s invitation to us to break down human boundaries.
What I’ve learned from living in the most diverse neighborhood in all of America.
As white Christians debate who’s going to hell, the black community is already there, and nobody seems to give a damn.
Three steps that will bring us closer to ushering in justice for undocumented immigrants.
How evangelicals can follow the way of the cross into immigration reform.
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.
A recent survey found that most Americans support offering aid to child refugees and migrants, rather than deporting them immediately.
I thought ghosts were created for laughs — then I found out most who take ghost tours believe in them.