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Compassion and Justice

Jesus is Bigger than Our Wounds, Our Wars and Our Words

We must confront issues of race with sincere love, grace and truth grounded in Christ.

Advocating for Justice That Restores

We need to take another look at our prison system and our astronomical rates of incarceration.

The Tough Conversation All Churches Must Have

As much as we might like to ignore the LGBTQ conversation, we no longer have that luxury.

Brian Fikkert and Kelly M. Kapic: Becoming Whole

Why the Opposite of Poverty Isn't the American Dream

Understanding the Human Element of Poverty

To alleviate poverty, we must address every aspect of each person's life and experiences.

Raleigh Sadler: Vulnerable

Rethinking Human Trafficking

God Sustains Us When We Help the Vulnerable

God does not promise that caring for vulnerable people will always be safe, but he is always with you.

The Pursuit of True Reconciliation

The gospel forms a kinship between oppressor and oppressed that can transform the way we relate to one another.

Speaking the Truth in Love About Racism

"Jumping ahead to the victories means skipping the hard but necessary work of examining what went wrong with race and the church."
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