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Rev. Joe Parramore: Love Your Neighbor As You Love Yourself

FUELED BY FAITH Rev. Joe Parramore has a straightforward approach to following Jesus: “Love your neighbor as you love yourself.” A self proclaimed adrenaline junky,… Read More

Jodie Patterson: Mothering the Nation though Radical Parenting and Acceptance 

FUELED BY FAITH “Mama, I am not a girl,” Penelope told his mother with tears streaming down his cheeks. “I am a boy.” An author… Read More

Rev. Naomi Washington Leapheart: Jesus was Alienated by the System, that Liminality is Blackness.

“The only way I’m able to remain a Christian is to imagine that Jesus is Black and queer,” said Rev. Naomi Washington Leapheart. “Jesus’s life… Read More

Alyssa Aldape: Advocating for Immigrants is Part of Faith Formation

The skies opened with pouring rain and the temperature dropped as Capitol police placed plastic handcuffs around Alyssa Aldape’s wrists. “This… Read More

Bishop Eugene Sutton: A Divine Prescription for the Epidemic of Gun Violence

As our nation reels from the mass shootings in Dallas, Orlando, Charleston, San Bernardino and countless other senseless tragedies, we look… Read More

Rev. R.L. Gundy: We’re too busy condemning people rather than loving people

Rev. Joe Parramore: Love Your Neighbor As You Love Yourself On June 4th, the U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Colorado baker who… Read More

Rev. Canon Broderick Greer: Decriminalizing People of Color Starts with Identifying Empires

Rev. Joe Parramore: Love Your Neighbor As You Love Yourself Growing up in a proud Black family, Rev. Canon Broderick Greer’s love for… Read More

Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons: Community is at the Heart of Spiritual Resistance

Rev. Joe Parramore: Love Your Neighbor As You Love Yourself Election Day of 2016 was a day that the progressive faith community will… Read More

Aziz Hasan: Bridging the Gap Between Faiths

After a tumultuous election year, it is comforting to know that there are still change-makers who are dedicated to fostering unity and solidarity among people of all backgrounds.

Desmond Meade: Creating a More Inclusive Democracy

Rev. Joe Parramore: Love Your Neighbor As You Love Yourself At one point in his life Desmond Meade didn’t know when he’d eat… Read More
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