Seeking An Epathethic Space: The Challenge of a Christian Witness in AmericaThe Dignity of Work: What I Learned from Jesus and Mr. JeffersonLabor Day Lessons: What I’ve Learned From Workers About Hope For Our TimesComing Home: A Friend’s Return from PrisonBack to School: Learning to Love God’s Good EarthNo One Is Beyond Redemption: What Billy Moore Taught Me
Seeking An Epathethic Space: The Challenge of a Christian Witness in America Rev. Michael McBride, known simply as “Pastor Mike,” is the Director of ...
The Dignity of Work: What I Learned from Jesus and Mr. Jefferson I grew up believing the myth that poverty is out there, somewhere else in the ...
Labor Day Lessons: What I’ve Learned From Workers About Hope For Our Times This summer, I marched with McDonald’s workers from three dozen cities to the ...
Coming Home: A Friend’s Return from Prison Three weeks ago, I sat in a prison's small, sterile waiting lobby on a Sunday ...
Back to School: Learning to Love God’s Good Earth I’ve started seeing school buses on my walk into work each morning, which ...
No One Is Beyond Redemption: What Billy Moore Taught Me In the fall of 2010, I was working for the Montana Abolition Coalition to pass ...

CURRENT

The Dignity of Work: What I Learned from Jesus and Mr. …

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I grew up believing the myth that poverty is out there, somewhere else in the world. I was taught that if you work hard enough, you can make it out of poverty in America.

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Labor Day Lessons: What I’ve Learned From Workers …

Mcdonalds

This summer, I marched with McDonald’s workers from three dozen cities to the company’s corporate headquarters outside of Chicago.

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Ferguson: Reading From a Script

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In the background is where the story is most dangerous. Inside of us, black and white, it lies unexamined and ready to pounce: like HIV, attacking our immune system and making us vulnerable to hatred and death.

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GLOBAL

Jim Foley, ISIS, and What I Learned from Being …

Notoisis

We sat on mats in a traditional sitting room in a remote village of northwestern Iraq. One of our captors guarded the door with his assault rifle at the other end of the room.

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Ebola, Inequality, and the One Who Brings Us Hope

Hospital

A couple of weeks ago, when news of the Ebola crisis in Africa first broke, my husband Ben said something surprising to me.

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The Bible says ‘Mourn’ for Iraq and Gaza before you …

Mourn For Gaza And Israel

AUG 12, 2014 | BY: MATT DARVAS — Like it or not, the world is at war. However most of the time, we don’t give it a second thought…

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THE RED CARPET

Seeking An Epathethic Space: The Challenge of a Christian Witness in America

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Rev. Michael McBride, known simply as “Pastor Mike,” is the Director of Urban Strategies and Lifelines to Healing Campaign for the PICO National Network.

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LIFE

Coming Home: A Friend’s Return from Prison

Neeners

Three weeks ago, I sat in a prison’s small, sterile waiting lobby on a Sunday morning, alone. We’d waited for this day for seven and a half years.

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Back to School: Learning to Love God’s Good Earth

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I’ve started seeing school buses on my walk into work each morning, which makes me reminisce about my teaching days. One of my best memories: going green at the high school where I taught for four years.

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THEOLOGY

No One Is Beyond Redemption: What Billy Moore Taught Me

Endep

In the fall of 2010, I was working for the Montana Abolition Coalition to pass a bill that would end the state’s death penalty. As a part of my work, I had the opportunity to attend the Kairos Conference in Atlanta, sponsored by People of Faith Against the Death Penalty.

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Why “Burn Out” Is Often a Falling Out (And …

Friends

Theology doesn’t save us from spiritual burnout— people do. No matter how convincing our doctrines and beliefs may be, they’re ultimately empty and unsatisfying if there’s no human relationships personifying them.

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