Sometimes I weep

Big boys do cry in a brutal, cold world

Compassion in the form of unconditional love is needed to empower black males to no longer talk about problems that plague their distressed communities, but instead to be present and accountable in doing something about them. read more »

by the Rev. Anthony Everett
on April 17, 2012

God loves more than whales

Non-controversial compassion seems to rule today

Christians are called to care about all of God’s creation — instinctively, equitably and holistically — whether or not it makes for good television. read more »

by the Rev. Jack Copas
on January 16, 2012

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

An unforgettable encounter in 1955

An unusual experience played an important role in defining white pastor’s journey in the civil rights movement. read more »

by Dr. Thomas Lane Butts
on January 16, 2012

Word from Winkler — Acknowledging living heroes

Rarely has the denomination’s ‘official’ leaders supported those who stepped out in faith on behalf of civil rights, justice and peace. read more »

by Jim Winkler, General Secretary, General Board of Church and Society
on January 16, 2012

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