Many congregations are eager to assist in resettlement efforts. Experts offer guidance on how to do it well by respecting new arrivals and remembering: volunteering is not about you.
Even though so much seems lost, hope’s birth is possible, writes a military chaplain who served in Afghanistan.
A North Carolina pastor and author discusses his upcoming book, being people of compassion and the importance of doing the work.
In this excerpt from her new book, author Melissa Florer-Bixler writes about the importance of embracing vengeance, anger and having enemies as a Christian practice.
In Laurens, South Carolina, faithful commitment undergirds an effort to transform a space tainted by white supremacy into a center for justice.
Duke Divinity professor Luke Bretherton interviews community organizers in a podcast that both explains and models the democratizing power of organizing in marginalized communities. In this Q&A, he talks about the aims of the podcast and why the church should take part in community organizing.
Donald Trump bumped up his support among Latinx voters 3 percentage points in the 2020 election. Is voters’ religious identity key to understanding this trend?
The lines and conflicts drawn between science and religion have not always existed, and learning their history can open new ways of conversation, says a professor of science and religion.
Like everything else, this election season is being complicated by the pandemic. But the traditional role Black churches have played in encouraging voter turnout can continue, building on some of what has been learned in the last six months, says a pastor.