A West Virginia-based journalist sees parallels in a new film between the role that the coal industry has played in Appalachia and biblical warnings about rulers.
A program in North Carolina is teaching faith leaders to tell the stories of food needs in their communities as they help build a movement toward systemic change.
Churches called to ministries focused on climate change should also recognize that its impact falls disproportionately on already vulnerable communities.
A real estate developer in the South Bronx works to build attractive spaces and create jobs in her home community and show people they can have beautiful, successful lives in their own neighborhoods.
Stalking the wild birds near his home on the Canadian coast provides a chance to focus and be still, writes the president of Vancouver School of Theology.
More than just a space to grow food, the seminary garden serves as a hub for local gardeners and community activists pursuing racial and economic justice.
We need to take time to understand and embody the principles of resistance, says the author of a new book.
For 40 years, a small, rural North Carolina church has played a crucial role in what is now known as the environmental justice movement.
A social enterprise in Huntington, West Virginia, focuses on the dignity of its workers while seeding the green economy and helping strengthen Appalachia.