Against IndifferenceBlackLivesMatter, and Not Just on the StreetMerry Climate and a Gift of PeaceMoms Speak Truth: Listening in a Season of LamentJesus Was Tortured to End All TortureTwo Torture Reports
Against Indifference I'm not sure if religion is the opiate of the masses, but I'm convinced that ...
BlackLivesMatter, and Not Just on the Street If #BlackLivesMatter, I encourage you to think about ways you can make that ...
Merry Climate and a Gift of Peace On Thursday, a group of Jesus and justice junkies will deliver some crowd ...
Moms Speak Truth: Listening in a Season of Lament We’re inviting moms across the country to share, in 30-90 seconds, what ...
Jesus Was Tortured to End All Torture I grieve over torture. I grieve not only for those subjected to abuse no human ...
Two Torture Reports The recent Torture Report should be a wakeup call to American Christians about ...

CURRENT

BlackLivesMatter, and Not Just on the Street

Blackleader

If #BlackLivesMatter, I encourage you to think about ways you can make that clear in your family, church, and organizational culture today. This isn’t just the responsibility of police officers. It’s something all of us need to work on.

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Jesus Was Tortured to End All Torture

Cross

I grieve over torture. I grieve not only for those subjected to abuse no human being should be forced to endure.

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Two Torture Reports

Torture

The recent Torture Report should be a wakeup call to American Christians about what happens when the love of Christ is replaced by the fear, hate, power, and influence of a sinful world.

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GLOBAL

Merry Climate and a Gift of Peace

Merryclimate

On Thursday, a group of Jesus and justice junkies will deliver some crowd funded solar panels to our Prime Minister on behalf of many of us who chipped in a few bob. We really want to wish our Catholic brother Merry Climate… err, I mean Christmas.

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After 25 Years: Remembering the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Wall

The biggest news by far that year was on November 9th when the Berlin Wall came tumbling down, literally overnight.

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Happy Birthday, Haiti Partners!

Tonyhaiti

I will never forget the day I was trying to eat dinner in a Port-au-Prince restaurant. As I was about to put my fork into the steak that was on my plate, I happened to look to the window on my right.

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THE RED CARPET

Loosing the Chains of Debt: An Interview with Geoffrey Chongo

Geoffery Chongo JCTR

The Church exists partly to fulfill Christ’s mission of removing the heavy burden of inequality and social, political and economic injustice so that people can live their lives in full.

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LIFE

Moms Speak Truth: Listening in a Season of Lament

Momsspeaktrueth

We’re inviting moms across the country to share, in 30-90 seconds, what it’s like to be raising your boy right now.

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Christian Community in the New Rome

Dinner At Renaissance House1

The Church in Rome must have had a particular role to play in bearing witness to Jesus and his Upside-Down Empire – an empire of love and justice that stood in contrast to the selfishness and violence of the wider culture. I believe that there is need for such a witness today in the new Rome.

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THEOLOGY

Against Indifference

Whatever

I’m not sure if religion is the opiate of the masses, but I’m convinced that indifference is the opiate of the privileged. We turn to it when overwhelmed by the discomfort we feel about our complicity in an oppressed person’s reality.

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A child is never just a child

Christchild

In the beginning was the word, we are told, / and this word became flesh / and our flesh, in turn, becomes words, / and words bear meaning to remind us / that a child is never just a child.

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