Some of Us Never Made It Home For Dinner

This week’s post comes from Taylor Campbell, a Christian writer and activist living in Brooklyn, New York. Taylor is a friend and respected brother in Christ. I asked him to write a post to the white evangelical community regarding their engagement (or lack thereof) with the issues facing people of color today. “I know people 

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15 Hispanic Faith Leaders You Should Know

Today’s post comes courtesy of Corrie Mitchell, editor of OnFaith, an online magazine featuring stories about religion and spirituality.    Religion in the United States is increasingly shaped by Hispanic Americans. Hispanics now constitute 40 percent of Catholics in the U.S., and they’re also playing a big part in the growth of the American evangelical 

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