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Peter Goodwin Heltzel: A Theology of Improvisation

A Prescription for Changing Unjust Policies

Changing the policies that sustain systemic injustice seems daunting, but here are ways to start.

Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus

RACE & THE GOSPEL When you think of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, what immediately comes to mind? Perhaps costly discipleship, German prophet or Confessing Church. Only rarely would someone think...

How Can We Bring Light to Immigration Dilemma?

The immigration debate has become increasingly heated in recent years. How can we as Christians bring light to the discussion?

Brian Fikkert and Kelly M. Kapic: Becoming Whole

Why the Opposite of Poverty Isn't the American Dream

Follow Me to Freedom

Shane Claiborne and John Perkins: Leading and Following as an Ordinary Radical

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?

Is Pacifism Based on a Naive View of Human Nature?

Also, is war an inevitable reality of human sinfulness?

Orphan Care: The Unexpected Difference You Can Make

Johnny Carr: "Many churches view orphan care as a 'project,' but biblically, the church is the agent God has set in place for orphan care."

The Pursuit of True Reconciliation

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