Tagged: justice

Songs That Heal

by Tegan Marie Brozyna Early in his career songwriter Steven Siler wrote for the pop charts with some success, but his craft—and his life—felt flat, empty. So he began to pray for greater purpose...

Make Us Dangerous Women and Men

A prayer for the church Dear God, please make us dangerous women and men. Bless us with a tremendously restless discomfort with easy answers, half-truths, and superficial relationships, so that we may seek truth...

A Prayer for Teachers

God of Love, thank you for every teacher who notices a child’s special gift. Thank you for teachers who are listeners and gentle guides. Thank you for teachers who expect much and love enough...

Closing the Gender Gap in Tanzania

Plant With Purpose trains entrepreneurial women farmers by Heather Tomlinson Poking around my small backyard vegetable garden, I tire quickly, and the fruits of my work are scanty. Yet on a recent trip to...

A Complementarian View of Justice?

by Kate Wallace I attended The Justice Conference that was held in Los Angeles last year. I have to say up front that it was incredible. I truly appreciated The Justice Conference for presenting...

A Charleston Lament

by Lē Weaver I wish I could make the world safe For people Black people LGBTQ people Muslim people Impoverished people Incarcerated people Mentally ill people The list goes on and on It’s almost...

It’s a Matrix

by emilie m. townes The opening paragraph of the Vanderbilt University Statement of Commitments: The Divinity School is committed to the faith that brought the church into being, and it believes that one comes...