Every day, we are called out – to do God’s work in the world.
A regular update on legislation moving in Congress that affects hunger and poverty.
Peace is both fleeting and sustaining in times of struggle.
May we never ever escape from the challenge that God has put before us.
If we are Christian, we are called to live out of the fruits of the Spirit.
Somos llamados a ser diferentes en la forma que interactuamos con otras personas.
We press on and strain toward the work of liberation.
Songs of praise and worship are not just celebration – they are protest.
Right now, the world is facing its greatest humanitarian crisis since 1945.
God desires to see us healed, restored, and connected.
We are asking faith leaders in key states to join us in speaking out to protect lifesaving aid.
Seeking together the communal disciplines of belonging.
Mary, Martha, Jesus, and a paper due in OT Prophets
We must strive for justice even as we know we live in a world that is aching and broken.
Debemos luchar por la justicia, aun cuando sabemos que vivimos en un mundo que está dolido y roto.
More than ever we need your support.
What happens when a prophet riles us up. And then calls us out.
Poor health is a leading cause of hunger and poverty in the United States.
“Don’t worry, be happy” – probably not something Jesus would say.
Part of the holiness of the Sabbath is attending to our vulnerability.