The verdict on America's criminal justice system is already in for many Americans: guilty, for treating young black men differently than young...
Imperial Valley Press
Religious leaders from across the theological and political spectrum are calling for peace — with some adding demands for social change — in the...
Tamir Rice, 12, was with his sister and a friend in a gazebo in a Cleveland park on Saturday when a rookie cop shot him in the chest.
As the church considers the events of these days, the greatest challenge we face is this: Will we allow our view of "what we see" to go...
In light of the grand jury decision handed down tonight, it is of utmost importance that all Christians, but specifically white evangelicals, talk...
Members of the EIT have expressed divided positions on how President Obama has decided to help the strangers living in the shadows.
After years of pushing the Obama administration to grant protections to undocumented immigrants, advocacy groups are now gearing up to make sure that...
Tonight, faith leaders and all those who have spent years trying to fix our broken immigration system should feel gratitude toward President Obama.
Obama's announcement of reforms to America's immigrant laws has exposed divisions in US evangelical attitudes.
Since 1965, almost every legislative change on immigration has been preceded by a decision from the White House to allow some undocumented foreigners...
his is an open letter to Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon urging him to maintain peace and protect those exercising their right to free speech.
KWMU - St. Louis Public Radio
Everyone is worried about what happens if the grand jury comes back and does not indict Darren Wilson. The disturbing part of this current discomfort...
A number of Evangelical groups have urged President Barack Obama and the Republican-controlled Congress to work together on a plan that is fair to...
We have become resigned to politicians always blaming the other party for every problem instead of solving them and alleged political leaders...
Nothing can compel us to practice hope, that most fragile of virtues. We can only be inspired.
In times like these, when politicians are sweating to sway voters to their side, it is tempting to begin to define ourselves and each other through...
St. Louis American
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. talked about creating tension to bring people to the table for real negotiation – not violent tension, but a degree of...
The Huntsville Times
Do you want the priorities to change in Washington? Then change Huntsville, says Jim Wallis.
One of the things I really appreciate about Black-ish is that it takes universal issues and works them out through a genuinely African-American lens.
The Huntsville Times
In fact, it seems that these days, the ancient idea of the common good has become most uncommon.