justice

Justice — For the Rest of Us

Let’s face it, there will never be a way to simply “add justice” to your…

A Pro-Life Vision for Justice

Abortion was a contentious issue long before Roe v. Wade, when the Supreme Court made…

The Officer Who Killed an Innocent Black Man in a Mall Shooting Won’t Face Charges

During a mall shooting at Riverchase Galleria mall in Hoover, Alabama last November, 21-year-old Emantic “E.J.”…

Aly Raisman: ‘This Is Bigger Than Larry Nassar’

In an interview with Hoda Kotb, Olympic Gymnast Ali Raisman commented on the recent sentencing…

Here Is What Christian Leaders Are Saying About Trump’s Remarks About Haiti and Other Countries

Yesterday, it was revealed that in a closed-door White House meeting, while discussing immigration and…

We’re Supposed to Be the Good Guys

One of the first Sunday School lessons I can remember was about the fruit of…

Rev. Willie Barber Wants to Make Dr. King’s Dream Come True

Not long before his assassination on April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had…

Inviting Your Enemies to the Table

Actress Sarah Silverman’s show “I love you, America,” may not be the place that everyone…

FEMA to Airlift Puerto Ricans to the US Mainland

Two months after Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, the Federal Emergency…

True Justice Work Can’t Come With an Agenda

For anyone who follows the teachings of a particular religion, and is serious about adhering…

BREAKING: Ben & Jerry’s Is Giving Away Free Ice Cream Today

BREAKING: Today is Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day. That means just what you think:…

Justice, Prayer and Outrage Fatigue

Let me guess: You’re feeling a little upset about the state of the world. Political…

How the Resurrection Changes Everything

While the cross is certainly a central theme in the story of how God saves us, it is one aspect of a greater story.

The Missing Link in the Christian Life

The Christian life has been defined by many things—moral standards, justice, love, etc. But there’s more to discipleship than all of this.

How Should Christians Engage Politics?

Politics are complicated, controversial, divisive—we could go on. But Kurt Willems says Jesus’ approach was far more simpler, and far more surprising.

Planting Trees Is About People

For Earth Day, Aly Lewis of Plant With Purpose writes about why caring for the earth transforms the lives of people.

Why Jesus Left Us

Richard Stearns, president of World Vision U.S., explains how the Lenten season prepares us to fulfill the mission of the gospel.

Why This Atheist Still Needs His Former Pastor

Chris Stedman shares the story of his relationship with his former pastor and why he believes atheists, Christians and those of other faiths can cooperate in fighting issues that afflict the world.

Death to the Death Penalty

Eugene Cho weighs in on Troy Davis, capital punishment and justice.

The Danger of Unbound Beauty

Bret Mavrich writes for Reject Apathy about the connection between beauty and justice, and how if beauty goes astray, so too does our sense of right and wrong.

Should Christians Celebrate the Death of Osama bin Laden?

Jonathan Merritt writes an article for RELEVANT about the Christian response to the death of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden.

Should the U.S. Be in Libya?

Jonathan Merritt writes an op-ed for the Washington Post reprinted in RELEVANT that looks at God’s desires for peace and justice and how that plays out in Libya.

A Bad Samaritan

Teshelle Combs writes a blog for RELEVANT about an experience with a person in pain that shows how hard it is to be a truly good Samaritan.

Moving Mountains and Uprooting Mulberry Trees

I have to admit I’m feeling a little numb at the moment. News of the…