Amos’ Plumbline; Whose Church? The Future of Social Witness

Join us at Unbound as we try something different — a rolling issue!  Advocates from across the US and around the world will address a new theme each week and explore what they envision for the future of the church’s social witness.  Check back every Monday and Thursday for new articles!

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Opening Editorial: Amos’ Plumbline; Whose Church? A Series on the Future of Social Witness, Chris Iosso

Bread Breaking PDWeek 1: Progressive Christianity – What’s the Point?

un abrazoWeek 2: Advocacy for Women is Advocacy for Us All



windmill farm - PDWeek 3: On the Journey to Eco-Justice

img_1748Week 4: The Church’s Call to Social Justice




MutualAidWeek 5: Alternative Economics of Faith


Hands - World Mission

Sharing-your-homeWeek 7: Are You a Guest or a Host?



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Week 8: Gospel Solidarity: A Struggle of Love and Privilege

Silver and VolunteersWeek 9: ‘Tek it to dem:’ Social Witness in Jamaica


rainbow stolesWeek 10: A New Paradigm for the Pro-Queer Faith Movement



homeless man PDClosing Editorials:

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