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Aligning Faith and Actions with Kate Kelts

Critically examining our beliefs or questioning the actions of the church doesn’t mean moving totally away from our faith. Kate is open and vulnerable about how her beliefs have shifted to include affirming love for all people. Although her journey has been challenging and sometimes lonely, she still identifies as a Christian because the story of Jesus never fails to capture her heart and imagination.

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Five Must-Read Books on Liberation Theology

Liberation theology examines the core concerns of marginalized communities in need of social, political, or economic equality and justice. These five books provide a grounding in the Black and Latin American roots of the intellectual movement and how it has expanded for other groups experiencing oppression.

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We Are The Church with Lorraine Kim

Sometimes we change the world by staying and working within, and sometimes we choose to walk away. Lorraine explores the tensions inherent in social justice work and participating in institutions like the church that cause discomfort, alienation, and sometimes pain.

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