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Commemorate a New Season of Christian Civic Engagement

Highlights from the past year of our work, and a look at what we hope to accomplish in 2019 with your help.

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Praying Through Grief

God knows our griefs and promises us joy in due time.

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Advocacy and Justice: An Interview with Steven Harris

The Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission’s policy director on advocacy and the history of criminal justice.

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Lord of the Middle Rings: Sociology, Fellowship and Prophetic Witness

A classic work of sociology, modern research into our political life, and fundamental aspects of faith and discipleship come together to form a simple, vital opportunity for witness and stewardship.

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The Sabbath Mutiny

The “palace intrigue” of a political campaign offers a young staffer the chance to learn courageous discipleship.

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100 Years Ago in Jerusalem

A pastor shares personal, historical and theological reflections on Jerusalem’s place in global politics.

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Theology That Carries On In The Dark

A power outage turns off the lights, but illuminates the difference between people who are used to comfort and people from the developing world.

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On MLK’s “Can a Christian be a Communist?”

On the anniversary of the untimely murder of Dr. King, two Christian Civics team members take a look at his approach to one of the biggest political hot potatoes of his time.

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