Tagged: justice

What Is the Value of One Human Life?

by Becky Baik I find I have been pondering this question a lot lately, and not just because it happens to be the promotional tagline for my husband’s favorite soon-to-be-released video game.  We live...

The Jesus Revolution

by Brian Zahnd You say you want a revolution Well, you know, we all want to change the world —The Beatles During the heady days of the Jesus Movement there was a pervasive conviction...

Black Lives Matter, But . . .

by Cyneatha Millsaps I was driving down the street when I noticed a church sign that said, “Black lives matter, but God . . .” and I could not catch the rest of the...

Making Love Louder than Hate

by Darren Calhoun Tomorrow will mark my sixth year of being part of counter-protest efforts at the Chicago LGBTQ Pride parade. This effort started with the “I’m Sorry” campaign in 2010.  At that time,...

Stop Using the Word “Community” Unless You Mean It

by Karina Kreminski I’m tired. I’m tired of people, especially leaders of Christian organizations and churches, using the word community without really meaning it. I’m tired of seeing the word unthinkingly slotted into vision...

The American Delusion

The #PROTESTIMONY of Shawn Casselberry Poem by Shawn; interview by Micky ScottBey Jones The American Delusion (A poem of resistance and remembrance) The American dream is an illusion Land of opportunity? a Trumped up...