- Asian American Theologian: Our ‘Culture’ Is Not to BlameWhen it comes to the community’s response to trauma and anxiety, Daniel D. Lee calls for a closer look at the dynamics of racism and the migrant experience.
- In Nashville, Death Hangs Over Our DoorwaysBut our community also feels covered by the shadow of God’s presence.
- After Nashville, Moral Numbness Is Our EnemyShootings have become normal to the American public. But as Christians, we know better.
- Go Ahead. Argue with God Over the Nashville Shooting.In the face of tragedy, Christ welcomes our confusion and anger.简体中文繁體中文
- Presbyterian School Mourns 6 Dead in Nashville ShootingVictims include the head of school and the 9-year-old daughter of the church’s lead pastor.español
- Buffalo Survivors to Shooter: ‘You Will Not Escape the Fury of the Almighty’At Wednesday's sentencing hearing, family members quote Scripture and evoke God's vengeance and mercy.
- Cambodian Spies Were Watching Me. So Was Someone Else.After escaping the Khmer Rouge with my siblings, I learned who had been protecting me all along.
- What the Pelosi Attack Says About a Post-Truth ChurchSome evangelicals are endorsing political violence. It needs to stop.
- Some American Protestants Aren’t Letting Go of RevolutionAs partisan fighting turns into physical attacks against public figures, evangelicals lack consensus on when political violence is justified.
- In a Sea of National Tragedies, Look to Buffalo’s ChristiansThose who lived through the racially motivated attacks are focusing on the local to see progress.