Christians may or may not have initiated the commercialization of Christmas, but we bear a responsibility to help heal its wounds.
Resident fellow, Center for Public Justice
Rachel Anderson is a resident fellow with the Center for Public Justice and leads the Families Valued initiative as director. Previously, Rachel served as the director of faith affairs at the Center for Responsible Lending, where she worked with faith leaders at the state and federal level to advocate for protections against predatory lending. She was the co-founder of the Boston Faith & Justice Network, which engages Christians in biblical justice through spiritual formation, community organizing and advocacy. Anderson is a graduate of Harvard Law and Divinity schools.
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