The Invisible Me, an Excerpt from "Invisible"

By Grace Ji-Sun Kim May 2, 2023

Invisibility persists throughout the Asian American story.

Where Doctrine, Women, and Climate Justice Meet

Climate change is real and impacts the entire planet. The devastating effects of climate change are..

Discover the Origin and Evolution of an Extraordinary Icon

By Matthew J. Milliner December 30, 2022

In the early years of this century, when America was renegotiating both faith and power, an..

The Magi: Who They Were, How They’ve Been Remembered, and Why They Still Fascinate

By Eric Vanden Eykel December 19, 2022

On the fourth Thursday of November, many residents of the United States celebrate “Thanksgiving,” a..

The Camera’s Place in Securing Black Lives and Pursuing Racial Justice

By Phil Allen Jr. December 5, 2022

In the Black church, it is common to hear a preacher passionately share spiritual, theological, or..

"Truth Crushed to Earth will Rise Again" —Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

By Lewis V. Baldwin September 15, 2022

Martin Luther King Jr. said as much and perhaps more about truth than any other prominent figure in..

Faith Communities as a Place of Safety and Belonging

By Steve Austin September 3, 2022

Trigger Warning: this book contains explicit discussion of trauma, mental illness, childhood..

The Origins of The Naming Project

By Ross Murray June 18, 2022

"What do lesbians do? I mean, sexually?” the woman asked me. Even though I’d been working for..

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