PEACE + JUSTICE
INSIGHTS ABOUT PEACEMAKING, SOCIAL JUSTICE AND THE QUEST FOR THE COMMON GOOD
Work is changing. More than four out of five of American workers who are currently working from home want to continue working remotely at least some of the time when the pandemic ends. But while the pandemic has created new opportunities for some workers, it’s hurting...
Illinois’ Fair Tax proposal raises important issues about tax policy. But money has moral value — and its moral value shines a light on the injustice of flat tax policies.
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.
Common decency requires white Christians in Rochester to serve as allies in the fight against all forms of racism and bigotry.
Hold on to your seat because I’m going to ask you to do something that sounds a little scary. I’m going to ask you to become less tolerant.
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.
Tired of politicians? So am I. It’s up to ordinary people like you and me to overcome evil with good. Here’s how we do it …