Category: Social Justice

The Lord Forbid

by Fred Clark You probably haven’t heard many sermons about Joshebbasshebeth the Tahchemonite. His story is tucked away in 10 verses at the end of 2 Samuel and besides, not many preachers want to...

Friction-Free Activism

by Andy Crouch The reward structure of video games—the simulated authority and vulnerability of virtual reality—is increasingly colonizing our interactions with the most serious matters of the real world as well. Like technologically mediated...

Spirited Justice

by Robert Welsh Christians who risk their lives for the Gospel always challenge me. Encountering heroic expressions of faith provokes me to question my own faith journey. Am I taking up my cross? If...

“Family Is Most Important”

Helping prisoners and their loved ones stay connected Well over 2 million people are housed in our nation’s correctional system today. Although 2012 saw some of the highest rates of release, the recidivism rate...