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CSA’s free weekly publication, a carefully curated collection of original articles at the intersection of spiritual formation and social action.

Church + Gracious Spirit of God = Hope

By Al Tizon

When I look at the church, what gives me hope?

When I look at the church, I see a people striving in the Spirit to love God and neighbor in faithful effective ways.

Race, Politics & Evangelicalism in America

with panelists Nikki Toyama-Szeto, Shirley Hoogstra, Russell Moore, Mark Labberton, Justin Giboney, and Raymond Chang, Moderator

Nikki Toyama-Szeto, CSA Executive Director, had the privilege of being on a panel discussion on Faithful Leadership that was hosted by the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU), the leading national voice of Christian higher education.

The High Cost of Gun Violence

By Taylor S. Schumann

If you’ve never personally been affected by gun violence, it’s easy to think the ripples of it haven’t affected your life, but it’s simply not true. Much of the financial burden of gun violence rests on the shoulders of taxpayers.

Church + Recognizing God’s Presence = Hope

By Kristyn Komarnicki

When I look at the church, what gives me hope?

I try not to look at “the church,” as I used to understand that word, anyway—as an organized institution or loose network of denominations.

Church + Reformation = Hope

By Erina Kim-Eubanks

When I look at the church, what gives me hope?

I believe that in this season of unprecedented challenges—the pandemic, political upheaval, racial uprisings, unceasing grief and violence, and more—many American churches have been faced with their long-standing idols.

Church + Embodied Faith = Hope

By Brandi Miller

When I look at the church, what gives me hope?

I am watching a movement of people who aren’t just discarding their faith but choosing a more embodied one that pays attention to people’s holistic personhood.

Church + God’s perfection = Hope

By Shane Claiborne

When I look at the church, what gives me hope?

The Christian landscape is much bigger than the toxic evangelicalism that so often hijacks the headlines and colonizes our faith.

Church + Stifling the Spirit = Hard to Hope

By Myles Markham

When I look at the church, what gives me hope?

Candidly, I haven’t experienced a lot of hope for the church lately. I’m in a season where it would seem that even progressive mainline traditions are stifling the work of God with bureaucracy, allegiance to hierarchy, and trying to resuscitate things that maybe just need to die before they can be truly resurrected.