The Most Terrible Poverty


  “Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.”—Mother Teresa   41˚ Fahrenheit.   New Year’s Day.   She thought it would be cold enough to numb her body and lull her to sleep. Once asleep, her lungs would fill with water, and she would drown. It would be peaceful, she hoped. She was ready to …

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Embracing Brokenness


  EDITOR’S NOTE: For the past 25 years, Bryan Stevenson has worked to heal the wounds of racism and poverty …

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Breaking the Silence in Our Churches: A Mother’s Plea


Our work is to put away the “answers” and end the silence, resting in the truth that God is love.

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What Resurrection Looks Like: Standing Together for Justice


This week, for the first time in 31 years, Henry McCollum woke up in his own bed, a free man.

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Blow the Shofar! Women Lead Day 5 of #MoralWeekofAction

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Today we sound the shofar, calling on our elected officials to examine the inequality in the lives of women.

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Don’t Let Anyone Look Down On Your Youth


This summer a high school student shared with me, her pastor, that she was stressed beyond belief.

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We Make the Road By Walking: An Interview with Brian McLaren


This summer Jericho Books released Brian McLaren’s newest book, We Make the Road by Walking. Red Letter Christians was glad to catch up with Brian during his book tour to hear more about the project and how it’s been received.

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