taking the words of Jesus seriously

We’re thrilled to share Red Letter Christian’s 2021-2022 Annual Report. The report outlines our priorities, showcases direct actions we took together, and provides transparent financial information to our growing network of incredible donors. This work is possible due to the sustained commitment of folks who are dedicated to building a Christianity that looks like Jesus, acts like Jesus, and loves like Jesus. Thank you.

Cover of Annual Report

Read the 2021-2022 Annual Report.

Changing the narrative by changing the narrators

Many people are leaving the Church, but it is not Jesus they have rejected. It is a twisted version of American nationalism that is camouflaging itself as Christianity.

We’re on a mission to bring folks closer to Jesus – closer to a Christianity with love and justice at its center.

For many people, it is their love for Jesus that has put them at odds with what evangelicalism has become known for.

As a faith-rooted organization dedicated to cultural change and shifting the narrative around faith and politics, we focus on civic engagement, direct action, and movement building through storytelling and social justice. We amplify the voices of those on the margins to help counter toxic evangelicalism and to incite transformative social change.

About The Author


Mary Grace Puszka is a communications expert with seven years of experience professionally managing digital and traditional communications for faith-inspired nonprofits. Her work centers unique stories of impact that strive to shift cultures and bend our collective path closer towards an equitable, just, and peaceful world. Mary Grace has managed communications and media strategies for international, national, and local faith-based organizations and she's worked with hundreds of faith leaders across the globe. She completed fellowships with the Ministerio de Educación Nacional de Colombia and the Andi Leadership Institute for Young Women in Peacebuilding. She has designed and taught peace-centric curricula to hundreds of adolescent students in both Colombia and South Korea. Mary Grace is an outdoor and travel enthusiast and enjoys technical hikes, swimming, and kayaking, often with her husband, Rob. Mary Grace holds a B.A. in Political Science and International Relations with a minor in Religious Studies from Stonehill College. She lives in Queens, New York.

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