PEACE + JUSTICE
INSIGHTS ABOUT PEACEMAKING, SOCIAL JUSTICE AND THE QUEST FOR THE COMMON GOOD
Trump’s tweets aren’t personal musings or political bluster. They’re words. And according to the gospel, they provide a window to his heart.
They had to beg George Washington to become president. Now, narcissism is a prerequisite for candidacy. Where are the servant leaders in American politics?
The American church has been a leader in clean drinking water initiatives. But why are so many Christians silent about the Flint water crisis?
Being vulnerable isn’t fun. But the ministries of Jesus and Martin Luther King Jr. remind us that vulnerability is a stepping stone to change and peace.
Making peace is a creative work that allows God’s Spirit to work in and through us. But to do it, you have to be willing to make some hard choices.
The end of violence won’t come through half-baked ideas and angry Facebook memes. The end of violence begins with you. It begins in solitude.
What happened in Paris is evil and inhuman. It demands a response. But in this time of violence, how can our response stay true to the call of the gospel?
On the fence about Obama’s recent “ban the box” initiative for ex-cons? According to the gospels, ex-cons aren’t unhireable — they’re family members.
You cross paths with difficult people every day. Instead of getting even, you need to get creative and kill them with kindness. Here’s how to get started.
Jesus said the poor will always be with us. But extreme global poverty is at an all-time low. Here’s what needs to happen next in the war against poverty.