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Are We Loving All Our Neighbors?

By Kevin Singer and Chris Stackaruk We all engage with people of other faiths and worldviews—the real question is whether we’re doing a good or bad job being a witness to Christ. Engaging badly and leaving...

God Loves Immigrants and Refugees

By Stephen Mattson To reject the truth that God loves and cares for immigrants and refugees is to deny God’s holy character. But affirming this truth requires many American Christians to renounce their political...

An Interview With Neichelle Guidry

The Rev. Dr. Neichelle Guidry takes seriously her job as counselor, coach, motivator and model for young black women in in ministry and faith. Guidry, who has been recognized as a national faith leader...

Giving Tuesday

On this #GivingTuesday, ESA is thankful for your support as we work to make God’s love visible! “Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, plead the widow’s cause.”...

Vegetarianism By Faith

By Rev. Don Ng Growing up in a Chinese-American home, there was always some kind of meat dish. Even if there wasn’t enough money to buy a prime cut of beef, there was always...

Difficult Discussions at Dinner?

Are you nervous about navigating potentially tricky conversations with loved ones today? ESA’s dialogue expert, Kristyn Komarnicki, shares some strategies for dialogue across difference.   JOIN US! We’re talking with our dialogue expert Kristyn...

Giving Like a Child

By Elrena Evans Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give,...

A New Vision for the Suburbs

By Aimee Fritz If you were hired as the location scout for a movie about suburbia, what would you look for? My list: Minivans (bonus points for Ivy League/SEC bumper stickers) Kids playing soccer...