ePistle 6-4-15

       Issue #800  June/2015

Action Alert:

New resource from ESA! As the Citizen Among Us: Loving the Immigrant as Ourselves is a small-group study guide on immigration. It includes Bible study, group activities, discussion questions, and suggestions for personalizing and deepening your understanding of immigration. Download it for free today and start a rich biblical journey through this pressing contemporary topic.

 

God was pleased to have all his fullness dwell in him, and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether things on earth or things in heaven, by making peace through his blood, shed on the cross.

Colossians 1:19-20  

Unjust Drone Warfareby Joshua CarsonCheck out our four-part series on just war theory, the US government's lack of transparency in the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, and how churches can respond. The series begins here.

On Belonging

by Brittany Tietje

Oriented to Love was the first place I had ever walked into where everyone knew me as both Christian and queer. And I was not just accepted—I was welcome.

Segregation Distorts All Human Personality

by Lerone A. Martin

Segregation and white supremacy are a national problem that reaches far and wide and affects us all. Yes, even white people.

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Pray-In

The Women of Liberia Mass Action for Peace, run by both Christian and Muslim women, was first started with the aim of gathering women together to pray for peace)—which they did, in public places, until the civil war ended and a democratic government was installed.

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