An online publication written by and for millennials exploring the intersection of faith and politics.
An Initiative of the center for public justice
What does religious freedom have to do with the social safety net—those partnerships between government and civil society institutions that serve our vulnerable neighbors?
It can be all too easy to forget that people don’t simply disappear when they are sentenced for a crime - after they go to prison and serve their time, they return back to their communities. When they do so, however, there is a whole new set of challenges to face, particularly in finding housing.
In a heated political environment where immigration has become a flashpoint of division, working towards legislation to protect Dreamers is an opportunity for unity.
When it comes to disaster management, governments and citizens each have critical responsibilities in the pursuit of public justice. As Christians citizens, there is much opportunity for us to serve our communities through a holistic, Whole Community Approach in the wake of natural disasters.