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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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A TImeline of Criminal Justice Reform

A series of unlikely and often seemingly unrelated events culminated in a major piece of legislation nearing the finish line.

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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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A Meditation for Lent

For Christians, Lent is typically a season of reflection, repentance and preparation. Pastor Charles Drew shares how we can prepare our hearts for mission and worship during this particular Lent at this particular time in our country’s life.

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