Jerome Smith Sr. runs the Joseph Project, an effort to address two big problems: high urban unemployment and the distance between where the jobless live and where jobs are.
“Though the motives may be different the result is the same: you have now two congregations who have gone through a tremendous amount of hatred and evil within their sacred spaces.”
HaCohen is one of only 802 Samaritans in the world.
Bartlett was both pastor and professor, “a single career that integrated the two roles,” a colleague observed.
Since the day after the mass shooting, Scroggins has organized donations, kept track of the 500 wounded, and organized the services of ministers.
More than 60 years ago, the divinity school denied Caldwell admission because he is black.
The campaign is confronting four interlocking issues: systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, and ecological devastation.
In a neighborhood controlled by gangs, Rodríguez ministers to their families—and sometimes the men themselves.
Murad has traveled to more than two dozen countries to tell her story of being an ISIS captive.