ESA's Blog: Love Justice, Do Mercy

The Next Best Time

By Kristyn Komarnicki The history of our planet is one of abundance and beauty, of life and goodness. While there is also war and disease, pollution and decay, God’s dream for us is clearly...

I Need to Breathe Deeply

By Ted Loder Eternal Friend, grant me an ease to breathe deeply of this moment, this light, this miracle of now. Beneath the din and fury of great movements and harsh news and urgent...

Knowing Our History

By Darren Calhoun A team from Evangelicals for Social Action recently visited the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC on Twitter) in Washington, DC. Our purpose was the development of a...

Jesus Wept

By Elli Atchison and Molly Lorden “When the righteous cry out the Lord hears them and delivers them from all their troubles. The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed...

Learning to Love Better

By Ron Sider Earlier this year I was a participant in a two-day Oriented to Love (OTL) dialogue led by ESA’s Kristyn Komarnicki. These dialogues bring together 12 committed Christians who represent a wide...

Walls of Hostility

By David P. Leong Throughout high school, I worked in our family photo lab in Vancouver Mall, and on breaks I would walk around to see other store displays nearby. In the early to mid-’90s,...

The Benefits of Dust

By Deborah Watson Dust gets a bad rap. We chase it out of our homes, or we think we should. So why a meditation on the benefits of dust? Even in the Bible, of...