Standing with DREAMers

by Brenda Kirk As a Christian and a mobilizer for the National Immigration Forum, I spent much of August hosting teams of faith and community leaders in visits with their congressional members. The goal; encourage Texas legislators to act with justice and mercy by protecting DREAMers for the good of Texas and our nation. “DREAMers” […]

Violence is never the answer

by Rucker Preston If there was ever a time that Jesus could have advocated for any level of violence as a means to an end, it was the night that He was betrayed. When the priests and officers carried torches, swords and clubs to arrest Jesus, Peter struck the ear of the high priest’s servant […]

Our unfinished business

by Gerald Britt The tragedy of Charottesville, Virginia is looking more like a watershed moment in terms of 21st century race relations. The deaths of two police officers and Heather Heyer, who forever deserve to have their names etched with the names of Civil Rights martyrs, being seen as living drama that demonstrates America’s unfinished business […]