Anxiety, Fear, and Life Itself: The Human Costs Of The Trump Presidency

Like the financial costs to the taxpayers, these human costs will continue to add up, and for anyone with a moral compass these costs are far more concerning and troubling.

Anxiety, Fear, and Life Itself: The Human Costs Of The Trump Presidency

Like the financial costs to the taxpayers of this country, these human costs will continue to add up, and for anyone with a moral compass these costs are far more concerning and troubling.

Looking Back and Looking Forward: The Fight for Democracy and the Dignity of All Begins

The fight for our democracy and the dignity of all will take the efforts of the global village coming together in defense of the principles and policies that make us strong.

Looking Back and Looking Forward: The Fight for Democracy and the Dignity of All Begins

The fight for our democracy and the dignity of all will take the efforts of the global village coming together in defense of the principles and policies that make us strong.

Still Reeling: Blockbuster Hit or Disturbing Documentary

If only this were a movie and not a metastasizing reality threatening the deepest values of our democracy, the welfare of every citizen, and our standing in a globalized world.

Still Reeling: Blockbuster Hit or Disturbing Documentary

If only this were a movie and not a metastasizing reality threatening the deepest values of our democracy, the welfare of every citizen, and our standing in a globalized world.

A Nation in Shock: Paying Tribute to Our Consoler-in-Grief

A reminder of his greatness in times of grief as we face it once again. He has promised to lead us now, no less, and he will continue to give nothing short of his wholehearted very best.

A Nation in Shock: Paying Tribute to Our Consoler-in-Grief

A reminder of his greatness in times of grief as we face it once again. He has promised to lead us now, no less, and he will continue to give nothing short of his wholehearted very best.

Email Pandemonium and the Perpetuation of Rape Culture

Imagine if working to end rape culture were treated with the same attention as Hillary Clinton’s emails. This is one fire that is burning strong and is a true threat to personal and public safety, security, and well-being.

Email Pandemonium and the Perpetuation of Rape Culture

Imagine if working to end rape culture were treated with the same attention as Hillary Clinton’s emails.

In the Beginning: Imago Dei and the Heart Of Democracy

In the beginning…perhaps for people of faith and those committed to the common good of all in our democracy we need to begin here more regularly and intentionally.

In the Beginning: Imago Dei and the Heart Of Democracy

In the beginning…perhaps for people of faith and those committed to the common good of all in our democracy we need to begin here more regularly and intentionally.

Lazarus is Lying at Our Gate: Our Public Calling to See Him

Lazarus is lying at our gate. It is why our politics and our votes matter so much. In less than 50 days we will decide who will govern our land for the next two, four, and six years. Lazarus is lying at our gate. Will our votes take him into consideration?

Lazarus is Lying at Our Gate: Our Public Calling to See Him

Lazarus is lying at our gate. It is why our politics and our votes matter so much. In less than 50 days we will decide who will govern our land for the next two, four, and six years. Lazarus is lying at our gate. Will our votes take him into consideration?

The Endless War on Terror: Remembering 9/11 and Knowing Our Neighbors

In the midst of our tributes to the first responders of then and now, in our gratefulness for those who serve in our nation’s military and for those who have given their lives in this service, and in our hope for tomorrow, can we also make room again to ponder the call to welcome the world’s exhausted, suffering, homeless ones for whom this nation’s welcome light shines?

The Endless War on Terror: Remembering 9/11 and Knowing Our Neighbors

In the midst of our tributes to the first responders of then and now, in our gratefulness for those who serve in our nation’s military and for those who have given their lives in this service, and in our hope for tomorrow, can we also make room again to ponder the call to welcome the world’s exhausted, suffering, homeless ones for whom this nation’s welcome light shines?