It’s important to understand that not all of these individuals were innocent and that the police play a vitally important role in keeping our communities safe. However these individuals were all created in the image of God.
Oscar-nominated documentary explores domestic violence against the backdrop of an economically depressed Midwest town
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.
The Trump administration's proposed rule on “public charge”, if finalized, would represent a dramatic change to legal immigration in the United States.
The president recently announced his support for the FIRST STEP Act—a first step toward restoring America’s broken criminal justice system. This article explains the bill and highlights how civil society can partner with government action to improve the outcome of prisoners re-entering society.