An online publication written by and for millennials exploring the intersection of faith and politics.
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In this article, Reverend Alexis Brown shares how she balanced the demands of entering ministry while simultaneously beginning a family.
Addressing poverty is a shared calling, requiring a “both-and” response. This article reviews two recent books, Peter Edelman’s Not a Crime to be Poor and Liz Theoharis’ Always with Us? What Jesus Really Said about the Poor, which both argue why poverty, and the degradation of dignity, demands an urgent response.
When Kim and her husband adopted a young boy with physical and cognitive impairments, her family, friends, church, and coworkers stepped in to help her family during their time of need.
In this Christmas meditation, Chelsea Langston Bombino reflects on how the sacred is woven into the very fabric of our beings and our lives together. Religious freedom, she argues, is essential to the ability to seek God in everything.