Jeanne Murray Walker’s poem regrets how political decisions negatively affect the environment.
In the interest of full disclosure, let me begin by saying that I am a registered independent in North Carolina, and that last week, I cast my presidential ballot for Barack Obama. But despite the fact that I clearly felt it was important to exercise this right, I’m still not sure that my vote “counted” in […]
In this spoken-word poem, Matthew Brouwer riffs on his ideal presidential candidate, a leader who knows the blues.
In this interview, Andy Crouch discusses the concepts from his latest book, “Culture Making,” especially in the context of the U.S. presidential election.
TOJ: World Vision is certainly a model for people of faith in N. America for aiding those who are most vulnerable. What is World Vision doing in places like Uganda to intervene with children being made to be soldiers? And along those same lines, what challenges has World Vision seen in places like Uganda and […]