“Don’t worry, be happy” – probably not something Jesus would say.
Part of the holiness of the Sabbath is attending to our vulnerability.
A regular update on legislation moving in Congress that affects hunger and poverty.
Whom have we carried to a place of healing? Who has carried us?
We are louder when we organize.
Like Moses and the people, we are thirsting for the water of life in a parched place and time.
Every incarcerated person is a human being who is loved by someone.
Cada persona encarcelada es un ser humano que es amado por alguien.
One in four children in the world today has sustained such lifelong damage, known as stunting.
In our times of doubt, exhaustion, and fear, God replies, “Your are mine and I shall be with you.”
El Departamento de Seguridad Nacional recientemente emitió varias órdenes que aumentan el número de redadas de inmigración.
The damage caused by raids pose is, of course, mostly borne by the individuals and families targeted.
Choose life. Again and again. Choose life.
Often we are called to be courageous in our everyday lives, trusting that God will care for us.
Hunger is a health issue, it leads to poor health, and poor health exacerbates the effects of hunger.
Deforestation destroys the world’s safest and most natural form of carbon capture.
The practice of holding things lightly – in the struggle and conflict of our day.
We have worked too hard, for too long, to have our progress come to a standstill.
Without a viable, healthy planet, humanity cannot survive.
Must we know suffering in order to know blessing?