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Ten Commandments of Talking Politics on Social Media

Let’s hold each other accountable to a higher level of discourse for the next few months, with these Ten Commandments...

Best of Daily Reflections: Praying for Political Leaders from “The Other Side”
Daily Reflection

Do you find yourself more inclined to pray for leaders with whom you agree or disagree?

Faith and Public Policy:  An Interview with William H. Gray, III

William H. Gray, III, was the first African American to chair the House Budget Committee. He chaired the Democratic...

We Pray for All Doctors, Nurses and Emergency Workers (Prayer)

May they rejoice in the skills you have given them which enable them to bring healing to those in their care.

A Daily Examen for Living as an Antiracist Person

The examen is an ancient prayer practice that encourages reflection on the events of each day in order to...

The Invisible Burden of Being a Black Woman in the Workplace - Austin Channing Brown (Podcast Ep.2)

Guest Austin Channing Brown talks about faith, work and the invisible burden of being a black woman in the workplace.

Theology of Work Project Statement on Racial Justice and Reconciliation Towards a More Just World of Work

The Theology of Work Project is committed to bringing the Bible into the lived experience of work in every sphere of...

How to Pray for Workers During Coronavirus

As most of us navigate the daily changing of tides with news around the health and safety of our world, communities, and...

Blessed Are Those Who Hunger and Thirst for Justice
Daily Reflection

What does it mean to hunger and thirst for justice? The Greek word translated here as "justice" is dikaiosune, a term...

Best of Daily Reflections: If You Have a Calling, Then You Have a Caller
Daily Reflection

We don't hear the language of calling very often in common speech anymore.