Category: Compassion & Justice

The DNA of Hope

By Kristyn Komarnicki I live in a state of hopelessness. Pennsylvania is one of the few states that retain both the death penalty and a life-without-parole policy. And the death penalty is the ultimate...

You Did for Me

For I was hungry and you gave me food I was thirsty and you gave me drink I was a stranger and you welcomed me I was naked and you gave me clothing I...

Not Without My Child

By Nikki Toyama-Szeto My family’s immigration journey included a significant period time when my mother was separated from her mother—my grandmother was an American citizen of Japanese descent, returning to work in the US....

Conflict Stirs Evangelical Debate

By Andrew F. Bush and Rob Dalrymple Recently, the world watched the shocking televised split-screen images of Israel resorting to live fire against Palestinian demonstrators in Gaza, killing dozens and wounding hundreds including women...