The ISIS Humanitarian Disaster

Author and activist Johnnie Moore on what ISIS really wants and what Christians can do to help the group's victims. Read More

Rejecting Silence in the Face of Injustice

Why a fear of consequences shouldn’t prevent us from seeking justice. Read More

Churches Need to Stop Avoiding Talking About Sexual Abuse

How sharing our own stories can help others heal and grow. Read More

Why Are So Many Teenagers Joining ISIS?

The terrorist organization is recruiting from all over the world. Read More

Something historic but still largely unnoticed has happened in the last few decades. Nonviolent action to overthrow dictators and promote peace and justice has again and again proved stunningly successful.

Earlier this year, Selma reminded us of the way Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s nonviolent civil rights movement changed American history. In 1986, the nonviolent People Power movement in the Philippines overthrew the decades-long dictator, Ferdinand Marcos. In 2003, the women of Liberia led a daring nonviolent campaign that overthrew a vicious dictator and led to democracy. Read More