When you reflect on some of the basic underpinnings of unity, it’s alarming to see how effectively these foundations are being undermined all around us today.
The big news today, of course, is the draft of a Supreme Court opinion that would overturn the case Roe v. Wade which first created a right to abortion in US law. An important caveat about this leak is that even if the ruling...
The second in a series on unity, belonging, and striving toward the just society of “Zion.” This article explores how to achieve a community of belonging in our congregations and church-sponsored schools.
Unity of heart may be possible even when visions temporarily differ. But continuing to value and strive for growing unity of mind is also crucial to the body of Christ.
Many appeals for peace center on various ways to bring people into greater cognitive alignment. But as highlighted in recent addresses, modern prophets are pointing towards a deeper pathway to peace centered on orienting our hearts collectively toward the great Parent of us all.
In an increasingly divided world there is one thing that we can consistently unite around: our love for our planet.
There’s more than enough animosity and division going around today, with plenty of people proposing “the answer.” What if Jesus taught the true solution all along?
Many Americans rightfully crave unity right now. The Fairness for All Act, not the Equality Act, is a better path to get there on one of the most sensitive and challenging questions of our time.
The basic bargain of democracy is that citizens mutually forswear political violence.
After another contentious Presidential election, Americans are feeling unsettled and angry. If you’re looking for a way to opt out of the rancor this holiday season, Tracy Hollister has some advice.
Covid is setting generations against each other. But it doesn’t have to. Latter-day Saint practices have helped prevent much of the present generational angst.
A Review of Rod Dreher’s Live Not By Lies