Category: Faith in the Public Square

Post-Election: Grief, Resistance and Reconciliation

The end result is reconciliation, but we can’t race to the end goal without going through some necessary and painful steps of our own. Waking up to find that the national narrative had changed overnight […]

Carnival de Resistance

A Christian arts carnival exploring how we see the world around us. By Grace Aheron For a month, I lived in a world where our food was scavenged from dumpsters, our bathroom needs were taken […]

The Church and Criminal Justice: What it Looks Like “On the Ground”

This post was originally published on mennobytes.com on May 23, 2016 by Melodie Davis. A delegation from the Diocese of Virginia including two Diocesan staff members, Kendall Martin and Hannah Roberts, were present for “A Day […]