By Sean M. Watkins

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays—you can’t tell because of my high metabolism. At some point, every Thanksgiving, my mother will announce to the house, “It’s dinner time.” What she has is

By Sean M. Watkins

"Why is that Christianity seems so impotent to deal radically, and therefore effectively, with issues of discrimination and injustice on the basis of race, religion and national origin?" - Howard

By Joe Ho

I don’t tweet. Honestly, I don't know how. But if I did, I would use the controversial hashtag #Blacklivesmatter.It's hard to speak without being misunderstood. It's REALLY hard when using sound

By Al Hsu

InterVarsity Press Editor Al Hsu shares reflections, practical tips and, of course, book recommendations for multiethnic ministry out of 1 Corinthians 12. 

By Megan Murdock Krischke

Have you ever felt hesitant to claim your Native roots? In your family stories, are there hints or mentions of a Native family member? Do you, like me, know clearly your tribal connections—you

By Kaylyn Brown
Author's note: I live in the city and have been experiencing firsthand the national guard on my block, my husband staying out all night to protect businesses from looting and participating in

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