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Emerging Voices | Building Bridges in New Cultures

By LaLeita Small | October 15, 2018

Experiencing life in a new culture is a reminder of how importance it is to build bridges to forge new relationships. We must show respect, open-mindedness, love, hope and grace as we exemplify Christ’s heart toward humanity.

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Aundreia Alexander, then national coordinator for refugee resettlement and immigration services at American Baptist Churches USA, highlights biblical stories about migrants and sojourners -- and discusses why advocacy for immigrants and refugees matters today.

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Through the Door: A Documentary about Faith and Prisons

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Moving Toward Non-Gendered Language in Scripture

By Molly T. Marshall | October 12, 2018

Although many dismiss inclusive language in Scripture as “politically correct,” it runs much deeper. It is an attempt to speak justly about humans and strives to offer a vision of God beyond gender.

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7 Truths to Help You Survive Life After the Storm

By Barry Howard | October 12, 2018

Once a powerful storm like Hurricane Michael passes, residents face a haunting reality that life will never be the same. Here are 7 truths for those who must rebuild after the storm.

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3 Ways You Can Make a Dent in Climate Change

By Zach Dawes | October 12, 2018

While government and industry leaders worldwide need to make significant efforts to avert disastrous environmental consequences, each of us can still make a dent when we do our part.

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Redeeming Charlottesville: Searching for Racial Justice

By Mitch Randall | October 11, 2018

After white supremacists descended on Charlottesville in August 2017, the Charlottesville Clergy Collective decided it would not allow the conflict that engulfed its city to define the future.

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Will We Change Now to Avert Threat to Our Common Home?

By Sam Harrell | October 11, 2018

We’re facing a global environmental crisis. With our methods of resource allocation leaving much to be desired, our children and the rest of God’s creation will inherit the ecological debt that we are failing to pay.

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