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Posted: July 18, 2014

How do you proclaim your faith, when that faith is culturally aligned with injustice?

 
Posted: July 14, 2014

Author's note: The following is part of a satirical series modeled on the Screwtape Letters.

 
Posted: July 11, 2014

First, let me tell you how we came to be refugees. In Putumayo, Colombia, we were very scared of the national army as well as the rebels.

 
Posted: July 10, 2014

A year and a half ago, a small faith community in central New Jersey found themselves in the midst of despair, with little hope of relief.

 
Posted: July 9, 2014

It doesn’t matter how much we talk, what kind of words we may use, or even in how many languages I can say something. If my talk does not go together with my walk, the words are just noise.

 
Posted: July 8, 2014

Nehemiah could not ignore the dangerous state of the city he loved. The gates had been burned and it all needed rebuilding. Nehemiah knew that a city in such a broken state, facing constant threat, would never be able to thrive.

 
Posted: July 7, 2014

We had a hard week, justice seekers. John Boehner announced that immigration reform isn't going to happen this year.

 
Posted: July 3, 2014

I’m driving down a dirt road somewhere in Western Kenya. It has been raining heavily in recent days, so the consistency of the surface of the road is something like semi-melted butter. I’m with my friend and colleague, a pastor at a local church.

 
Posted: June 30, 2014

Where was society when they were young and vulnerable? Many stories indicated racism, abuse, abandonment, adoption, addiction, dysfunctional families and communities, of lives spiraling out of control on urban streets.

 
Posted: June 27, 2014

Desmond Tutu is certainly no stranger to the pursuit of justice.

The South African Anglican Archbishop Emeritus and Nobel Laureate was in Canada in early June at the invitation of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation.

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