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Action or Inaction: What Will Your Legacy Be?

My great grandfather left his home to help refugees get back to theirs. How will you be remembered?

The Refugee Crisis Is Our Crisis

Let compassion, not fear, color your response to the 60 million refugees worldwide.

Three Ways to Respond to the Paris Attacks

Let us remedy this cancer of extremism with love and tolerance for each other.

What’s Wrong with Our Response to the Ashley Madison Data Hack

As a fellow sinner, I don’t categorically condemn those who use this affair site.

How Harper Lee’s Characters Saved Me from a “Bible Belt” Faith

Three lessons “To Kill a Mockingbird” taught me about the Christian faith.

Taking on the Posture of God

Transforming the world seems like a futile aspiration, but it is our great calling.

4 Biblical Truths That Respond to Hatred

We desperately need public compassion in the wake of senseless tragedy.

5 Reasons Christians Should Be Generous

Why is generosity such a hard lesson for us to learn?

This Is Your Brain on God

Five things to know about the biological basis of spirituality.

The Self-Interested Case for Not Being a Jerk

Being mean feels good for a moment. But researchers are finding that kindness is the source of lifelong happiness.

The Dalai Lama Comes to Silicon Valley

The Dalai Lama came to the hard-driving high-tech corridor with a tough message: corporate compassion is a real thing, and it can’t be faked or used solely for a profit motive.

Is Religion Just an Act?

A Mormon bishop in Utah went to church disguised as a homeless man to teach his congregation about compassion.

‘Who am I to judge’ on homosexuality?

Especially for Catholics who hold St. Francis and Pope Francis so dear, now is the time for a real commitment to these words.

Getting Involved

There is a tiny little voice of goodness inside of me. Most days I feed him Subway and tell him to shut up.