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Compassion and Justice

Jemar Tisby: The Color of Compromise

The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism

How Do We Remain Faithful in a World of Barriers?

When sin creates barriers between cultures and ethnicities how do we respond?

How the Church Can Lead Efforts in Reconciliation and Justice

Eric Mason: An Urgent Call for Christians in America to Confront Racism and Injustice

Practicing Hospitality Is a Key to Understanding

Hospitality is the key to developing an appreciation for and celebrating members of all ethnicities as bearers of the image of God.

Loving Refugees and Immigrants

Kent Annan: You Welcomed Me

Refugees, Immigrants and the Kingdom of God

In balancing the legitimate concerns on both sides of the immigration debate, we must remember we are citizens of the kingdom first.

Welcoming God’s Vision of Justice

John Perkins and Charles Marsh: God’s Movement Toward Beloved Community

Why We Have Reason to Hope for Reconciliation

"All reconciliation begins with the recognition of brokenness."

Bringing the Church Back to Forsaken Places

Jonathan Brooks: Practicing Presence in Neglected Neighborhoods

How God’s Love Brings Us Together

God's love raises the lowly and humbles the lofty. How are we as the church called to respond?