Faced with the viral pandemic, the response by some churches reinforces the important role they still play in the Black community, writes a Brooklyn pastor.
Hush harbors are a perfect example of how Christian community can flourish in the midst of oppression, say two authors in an excerpt from a recent book.
A retired white Methodist bishop from South Africa who worked with Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu to end apartheid urges American Christian leaders to take Christian nationalism seriously.
For 40 years, a small, rural North Carolina church has played a crucial role in what is now known as the environmental justice movement.
CRECHE, a Boston-area co-housing network, offers space for developing deep relationships while easing the burden of high housing costs.
A pastor and a sociologist write about the process that a congregation went through to understand and address the enslavers enshrined in their windows.
The Root Cause Collective aims to provide a flexible space for those marginalized by mainstream churches.
The first full-length documentary about "the mother of the civil rights movement" reveals a deeper history of a woman who stood up in more ways than she ever sat down, the film’s directors say.
Division in the midterm elections reflects a further descent into conspiracy theories, racial and historical panics, and the invocation of spiritual warfare. How will people of faith respond to the white Christian nationalism that has brought us to this point?
Innovation isn’t Christian if it doesn’t focus on God’s priorities, says the co-author of a book from the Forum for Theological Exploration.