During Black History Month, Bishop Peggy Johnson notes “people who are hidden figures continue to abound in this world of ours.”
Just as Christ confronted the powers of his day, his followers are called to political witness.
This month’s “Perspective on Hope” envisions a future founded in God’s unfailing grace.
Wide awake in the wee hours? Turn your eyes from the alarm clock to Jesus and find rest.
An Academy Award nominated film provides a springboard for this month’s Drinking the Cup.
Diane Johnson grew up in Detroit during the civil rights era. She now supports young activists.
The Rev. Gilbert Caldwell aims to keep the Civil Rights Movement alive for the next generation.
From the Old Testament prophets to the present day, religion and politics have been deeply intertwined.
In his February blog, Benton Heisler reflects on God’s blessings, with or without sunshine.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, Bishop David Bard reflects on the importance of gentle, wise and generous heart work.