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Each day brings another account of sexual assault. This Lent, may we be burdened with the work we have left undone – the work that allows space for sexual abuse to thrive in our churches, in our businesses and in our culture. […] Read More

From 16-year-old Greta Thunberg to Sir David Attenborough, people are calling for action on climate change. As Christians, we must join our voices with theirs to care for the planet and protect the vulnerable who are in harm’s way. […] Read More

Victims of trafficking often end up with criminal records resulting from forced actions during enslavement, making it hard to rebuild their lives after being freed. The laws of most states don’t provide adequate relief. […] Read More

“Love the sinner, hate the sin.” Not found in the Bible, the phrase is a popular, instant-judgment quip. When you use it, you’re saying you won’t love someone as God loves them or even as God loves you. […] Read More

Anti-intellectualism. Hero worship. Spiritual elitism. These three weaknesses among others lurk within the evangelical ethos. However, are they so rife within evangelicalism that they can’t be overcome? […] Read More

Two-thirds of U.S. adults support stricter gun laws, a recent poll found, dropping only 2 percent from the previous year but still higher than 2013 when 55 percent wanted stricter laws enacted. […] Read More

As we celebrate Public Schools Week, and the teachers who serve our public schoolchildren with such extraordinary dedication, it behooves us to review the case again. Here are six reasons. […] Read More

‘Us’

Following up on his Oscar-nominated ‘Get Out,’ writer and director Jordan Peele returns with another horror tale. This time, an average family encounters four mysterious strangers who beset them. It’s another hit for Peele. […] Read More

Lent is about slowing down long enough to feel our longing. It’s about facing our true hunger and thirst, which we often seek to assuage with what will not satisfy. The psalms quench our yearning for deeper intimacy with God. […] Read More

Public schools are one of the few institutions consistently encouraging immigrants, minorities and the disadvantaged to aspire to accomplish more than had previously been thought possible. They’ve done a remarkable job. […] Read More