ESA's Blog: Love Justice, Do Mercy

How Do You Want to Die?

By Dr. Margaret Kim Peterson Has anyone—a family member, a friend, a pastor, a doctor—ever asked you this question? Have you ever initiated a conversation with someone else about what your wishes are for...

No, I Won’t Pledge My Allegiance

By Sarah Withrow King Full disclosure: I’m starting to write this article with Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna’ Take It” blaring through my earbuds. “We’ll fight the powers that be” indeed. I did not...

Refuse to Do Nothing

By Kimberly McOwen Yim “The best defense against modern-day slavery is a vigilant public. Be a nosy neighbor.” —Kevin Bales, The Slave Next Door Told they will have good-paying jobs when they arrive in...

Fort Lauderdale, the Law, and Love

By Amy Simpson In a press conference the day after a deadly shooting in the Ft. Lauderdale airport, U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler summarized the FBI’s response to the shooter’s November cry for help: “We’re...

Pilgrimage to Peace

By Sarah Withrow King People aren’t monsters. They have stories. Evangelicals for Social Action has recently joined the board of Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP), an organization that works to encourage U.S. policies that actively...