Libby Grammer is senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Martinsville, Virginia, and the author of "Privilege, Risk, and Solidarity: Understanding Undocumented Immigration through Feminist Christian Ethics."
In our era of deep political divide, it’s extremely hard for church members to have civil dialogue about moral issues that have become politicized. Here’s how your church can learn to talk to each other and discern God’s leading. […]Read More
I don’t buy into it – the language on both sides of the political debates that serve only to demean the other side’s position to the point of labeling “them” as “destroyers of America” or “God’s judgment on our country” or labeling whole groups as “backward” or “bigoted” without ever attempting conversation that truly hears […]Read More
I have spent more than five years as a student of immigration law as a paralegal and a student of theology and ethics in my calling as a minister of the gospel. Both have made me keenly aware that in our culture of divisive politics, we are missing the mark on being both Christians and […]Read More