What we so desire to be healing can so easily make it worse.
I will be a person of love here or I will die trying.
Blessed are the damn-givers, for they will right-side the world.
Generally speaking, there are things that good people do and things good people don’t do.
The arc of the universe does not bend towards justice without us. It never has. It never will.
To come to the defense of a piece of cloth or a song, and not to the people beneath these protests is willful sin.
For some, this day is an injury that happens every year.
We are seeing who we are, America. And we’re seeing who we could be—if more good people move and more good people speak.
A Christian Pastor, and father of two, has thought long and hard about the possibility that a child of his might turn out to be gay. Here are his four promises if that happens.
There is in fact, a world that you are fully capable of saving and perfectly positioned to do so in these very seconds.
America needs to recover its outrage.
May we who share his dream, steward it well until it is no longer a dream at all—but the glorious reality of our national daylight.
John Pavlovitz explains how the silent treatment adds worse insult than injury to a person. It adds invisibility.
Plan A is Love. There is no Plan B.
Isn’t it a relief to be a white guy in a place where white terrorism simply does not exist?
You may have noticed that there’s one, terrible thread tying all this perpetual horror together—it’s us.