When Christians in the United States engage in spiritual practices that help us be more present to one another and our local watersheds, we make our ministries more relational and authentic.
Easter is about God’s relationship with the whole world — not just human beings.
There is nothing “pro-life” about defending life in the womb while walking away from our collective obligations to care for the child once that baby is born.
Instead of living in harmony, as fellow creatures of God, we treat animals like unfeeling machines. We put profits before principle, and the results are devastating to the whole of God’s creation.
First they came for indigenous communities, then they came for the impoverished neighborhoods of Flint, Mich., and now they are coming for peaceful Mennonites.