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Embracing our Neighbors
By Bob Wells

Given the dramatic growth in this nation's Hispanic/Latino population, how will the church respond?

Bridging the Divide
Evangelists and Scholars Unite to Make Disciples

By Jonathan Goldstein

After generations of divisiveness, religious scholars and evangelists are collaborating.

All in the Family
Civil Rights Legend Ann Atwater Welcomes Student Support Team

By Debbie Selinsky

“These students—black and white—are all my family,” says Atwater, 71.

‘What Does This Mean For My Mother?’
Emmanuel Katongole’s Constant Journey

By Chris Rice D’04

In his journeys home to Uganda and back, this theologian is helping shape a more hopeful future.


Honoring the Imago Dei for All
Profile: Mary McClintock Fulkerson

By Enuma Okoro

Getting the church to address the ‘scary’ issues of sexuality, gender and race calls for respect and wisdom.

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