In this historic moment, we have the freedom to come together again. A vote for Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff is a vote for unity. For the future.
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The time for unity is now. The chance to change the future is in our hands. Let’s come together and build a better world.

Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff on a campaign stop.

From now until January 5th, political commentators will focus on the US Senate election in Georgia and its implications on which party will ultimately control power in Washington, DC for the next two years.

However, the Georgia Senate election is a far deeper test of how far we’ve come as a nation since the Civil Rights era of the 1960s, and how far we’ve yet to go. Not since the elections of 1860 and 1968 has an election been so seminal, so predestined to the fulcrum of history.

In Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, a native son of the historic Ebenezer…

My Aunt Pat and Aunt Jane became American heroes that day, martyred for the cause of democracy on Flight 93.

Ronald Reagan won the Cold War. Or at least that’s how it played out on the evening news when I was growing up in the 1980s. The Soviet Union was dissolved with the stroke of a pen, and Russia — or as we called them back then, “the Russians” — simply complied. …

The Environment Isn’t Partisan

Some things aren’t partisan.

Basic civics. Voter engagement. Separation of Powers. And one I always add…

The environment. Air, water, and land must be healthy and accessible for ALL. Every living thing needs them. I am ordained in the American Baptist Churches, USA, and I see this call to protect and honor Creation woven throughout the Bible. From the stones that cry out the Glory of God to the river that runs through the trees of all nations to the still small Voice of God that moves in the wind. In my tradition, Creation is sacred.

And for much of…

“Is there no balm in Gilead?
Is there no physician there?
Why then has the health of my poor people
not been restored?”
- Jeremiah 8:22

Throughout his ministry, Jesus attracted followers from all walks of life. He was surrounded by fishermen, tax collectors, Roman soldiers, farmers, people who were poor, sick, and homeless, and the religious and political elite. To each, he offered a vision of the Kingdom of Heaven: relationships defined by love, justice, and forgiveness, lives lived with courage and abundance, and worship defined not only by praising God but by serving one another. For centuries, Christians have sought to follow his teaching with energy, intelligence, imagination, and love.

Today, we find ourselves at a crossroad; for years our faith has been hijacked…

New Moral Majority

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