An online publication written by and for Christian twenty- and thirty-somethings exploring the intersection of faith and politics.
An Initiative of the center for public justice
Arthur Simon, founder and president emeritus of Bread for the World, spoke with Shared Justice about his new book Silence Can Kill: Speaking Up to End Hunger and Make Our Economy Work For Everyone. In this interview with Ana O’Quin, Simon explains why he believes ending hunger is possible, and calls upon Christian citizens — especially young adults — to contribute to making this a reality.
Protecting an organization’s ability to serve out of its faith motivation is not only vital to a pluralistic society, it is also crucial in protecting the nature and breadth of services provided those in need.
Kevin Singer and Katie Thompson kick off Love Thy Neighbor, a collaborative series between Neighborly Faith and Shared Justice. In this article Singer and Thompson explain the “why” behind the series, define key terms like religious pluralism and public justice, and cast a vision for how Christians can be good neighbors to other faith communities.
A crucial aspect of a refugee’s resettlement is being able to move into a home that they are able to call their own…Practicing hospitality and welcoming resettled refugee families in our communities is a shared responsibility.