Our inaugural book is Praying with Our Feet: Pursuing Justice and Healing on the Streets by Lindsey Krinks.
Jim Wallis argues that reconciliation needs the truth; therefore, we can never reconcile with White Supremacy. Only the truth can set us free, he adds, which is what we most need now.
The Kansas-Nebraska Convention of Southern Baptists elected a new executive director Oct. 16. David Manner, associate state executive director since 2012 and on staff with the convention since 2000, will assume the role March 1.
I prayed that the president recovers from this disease — and that he repents of not taking the pandemic seriously as it affected millions of Americans, disproportionately harming poor communities and people of color.Read full piece
The longer COVID-19 rages on, the more the United States appears to be hanging its hopes on the development and rapid mass distribution of a vaccine. But stopping the virus’s spread will only happen if enough people choose – or are required – to get vaccinated. Will religious objections
A conservative South Korean pastor who has been a bitter critic of the country’s president has tested positive for the coronavirus, health authorities said Monday (Aug. 17), two days after he participated in an anti-government protest in Seoul that drew thousands.
Wendell Griffen, a Baptist pastor and circuit court judge in Arkansas, reflects on the fact that the U.S. has now lost 150,000 people — almost three times the number of people we lost during the Vietnam War – due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Read full piece
As the country is once again facing a reckoning on racial justice, perhaps the biggest obstacle to White Christians’ full participation in the movement for racial equality is an unshakable commitment to our own innocence.
The Supreme Court is siding with two Catholic schools in a ruling that underscores that certain employees of religious schools, hospitals and social service centers can’t sue for employment discrimination. The high court's ruling on Wednesday was 7-2.